Mediaeval Tales: With an Introduction by Henry Morley

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Platti, ed. by Bert Broeckaert, Stef Van den Branden & Jean-Jacques Pérennès (Les Cahiers du MIDEO 6). One does not want to take these criticisms too far, however, as the academic framework of the universities certainly produced most of the individuals who worked on science in the early modern period even with the essentially medieval syllabus [NOTE]. And he takes the answer out of the contradictory, self-devouring, and denying character of this Plurality.

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