The Commentary on Book Five of Boethius' "Consolation of Philosophy" By Pseudo-Thomas Aquinas and Josse Bade
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Master of Arts
Dr. Otto Gründler
Dr. Quentin Smith
Dr. John Wickstrom
Dr. Rand Johnson
Masters Thesis-Open Access
A transcription, translation and discussion of Book Five of the Dual Latin Commentary of Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy by the scholastic Pseudo-Thomas Aquinas and the humanist Josse Bade is the focus of this study.
The commentary of Pseudo-Thomas Aquinas possesses the scholastic preoccupation with using ancient philosophy to aid understanding of Christian doctrine. The commentary of Josse Bade embodies the humanist focus on the importance of eloquence in written expression.
The findings of this study were that Josse Bade and Pseudo-Thomas Aquinas were products of two different educational philosophies, yet they shared the same goal of wanting to educate university students in a manner which they believed would best facilitate pursuit of truth.
Evenson, Janet Suzanne, "The Commentary on Book Five of Boethius' "Consolation of Philosophy" By Pseudo-Thomas Aquinas and Josse Bade" (1995). Masters Theses. 3477.