The 'Roman de la rose' and thirteenth-century thought

edited by Jonathan Morton, Marco Nievergelt with John Marenbon

“This collection brings together literary scholars and historians of philosophy to produce the most thorough, interdisciplinary study to date of how the Rose uses poetry to articulate philosophical problems and positions. This wide-ranging collection demonstrates the importance of the poem for medieval intellectual history and offers new insights into the philosophical potential both of the Rose specifically and of medieval poetry as a whole.” Amazon

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