The Discarded Image: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature Character Descriptions

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Chalcidius

This person was an ancient writer who is best known for his partial translation of Plato's dialogue Timmaeus and who applied the principle of the triad beyond the interaction between man and God.

Boethius

This person was an early Medieval Christian writer whose primary legacy is his work the Consolation of Philosophy.

Apuleius

This person was an ancient pagan writer who is responsible for the introduction of the principle of plenitude and the principle of the triad.

Dante

This person was an Italian poet whose most famous work is the Divine Comedy.

Aquinas

This person was an Italian friar who is one of the most significant philosophers and theologians of the Middle Ages.

Albertus Magnus

This person was a Friar whose primary legacy is his scientific and philosophical writings.

Chaucer

This person was an English writer who is the post-conquest writer most often credited with demonstrating the...

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