Coulton, G. G. "The Universities." In his Studies in Medieval Thought, pp. 130-50. New York: Russell & Russell, 1965.
Surveys the lives and accomplishments of several figures prominent in the Universitates of the Middle Ages, including Alexander of Hales, Thomas Aquinas, Boneventura, and Bacon. Coulton emphasizes Bacon's stature as a founder of empirical rationalism. This work was originally published in 1940.
Crowley, Theodore. Roger Bacon: The Problem of the Soul in his Philosophical Commentaries. Dublin: James Duffy & Co., 1950, 223 p.
In-depth study of Bacon's philosophy of the...
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