The emergence of universities in Paris, Oxford, Bologna and elsewhere provide the main setting for medieval philosophy in the century and beyond.
We find the mention of Merlin the wizard in the Arthurian legends. He was both a part of king Arthur’s round table and his mentor. Shakespeare’s play Macbeth sheds the most prominent spotlight on the way witches were viewed in the medieval era. And the fame of the Harry Potter franchise speaks volumes about the interest people still have on this subject. Fact Source “There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” – William Shakespeare
Reposting @muslimworldtraveller: The city of #florence is generally regarded as the birth place of #italian #renaissance in mid 14th century. This marked the turning point which lifted medieval #Europe out of Dark Ages; moving into Age of Enlightenment. Historians are generally in agreement of the stages of this movement evolution; however, its trigger remains debateable. The shift in the way of thinking then is often attributed to rediscovery of ancient #roman or #greek #philosophy. Some
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