Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy

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Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy consisted primarily of Scholasticism, a blend of philosophy and theology. Heavily influenced by Christianity, philosophers of the Medieval era were concerned with reconciling theological principles with rational thought. Philosophy that was based on speculation was used to further faith in the Christian God. The Renaissance brought about a shift in philosophy through a “Scientific Revolution” that emphasized empirical evidence over speculative theory.

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