First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
`Coupled with the earlier volume this book gives us the most up-to-date general work on medieval philosophy in the Latin West currently available; I have no doubt that students will profit from it. It is clearly written and has a good bibliography of the easily accessible sources as well as of important secondary works. Its discussions of philosophical issues are both erudite and astute.' - Canadian Philosophical Reviews
`Marenbon's book is an intelligent and useful contribution to our understanding of a difficult yet stimulating period of philosophical thought.' - Oliver Leaman, Philosophy
`The book is one which will grow with the reader, and should be equally valuable for university students, intelligent sixth-formers and their teachers establishing a course.' - Times Higher Education Supplement
`Marenbon's clearly written and intelligent philosophical essay deserves a place on the shelves of student libraries.' - The Thomist