Albertus Magnus


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Al·ber·tus Mag·nus

 (ăl-bûr′təs măg′nəs), Saint Originally Albert, Count von Bollstadt. 1206?-1280.
German religious philosopher who sought to apply Aristotelian methods to current scientific questions. He is also noted as the teacher of Thomas Aquinas.

Albertus Magnus

(ælˈbɜːtəs ˈmæɡnəs)
n
(Biography) Saint. original name Albert, Count von Böllstadt. ?1193–1280, German scholastic philosopher; teacher of Thomas Aquinas and commentator on Aristotle. Feast day: Nov 15

Al•ber•tus Mag•nus

(ælˈbɜr təs ˈmæg nəs)
n.
Saint (Count von Bollstädt), 1193?–1280, German scholastic philosopher: teacher of Saint Thomas Aquinas.
Al•ber′tist, n.
References in classic literature ?
When I returned home my first care was to procure the whole works of this author, and afterwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus.
All that he said threw greatly into the shade Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my imagination; but by some fatality the overthrow of these men disinclined me to pursue my accustomed studies.
They were the works of philosophers of the middle ages, such as Albertus Magnus, Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, and the famous friar who created the prophetic Brazen Head.
Detailing Putnam's close relationships with Aaron Burr, Alexander Hamilton, and John and Abigail Adams, "Major General Israel Putnam: Hero of the American Revolution" by Robert Ernest Hubbard (who is a retired professor from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut, an adjunct faculty member in the college's Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program, and who has long been webmaster for web sites on General Israel Putnam) is the first full-length biography of Putnam in more than a century and re-examines the life of a revolutionary whose seniority in the Continental Army was second only to that of George Washington.
Albertus Magnus, Studium Generale, Ediciones USTA, Revista interdisciplinaria, Facultad de Teologia, III: 3 (ene.
Respecto de la relacion entre la autentica sabiduria, esto es, el saber que ofrece la Teologia Sobrenatural iluminada por la fe religiosa, y Filosofia Politica, el estado actual de la cuestion, en torno de los estudios de la obra de Alberto Magno, puede resumirse en los siguientes terminos: Honnefelder (2011) acaba de editar un libro titulado Albertus Magnus und der Ursprung der Universitaetsidee en el que algunos de los autores alli reunidos, la mayoria de ellos investigadores y editores criticos de la obra de Alberto Magno, concluyen que el Doctor universalis ha formulado el ideal proto-moderno del 'saber por el saber mismo' (HONNEFELDER, 2011; MOHLE, 2011), con entera prescindencia de su ordenacion a la Teologia Sobrenatural y en definitiva, a la fe religiosa.
He holds a master's degree from Albertus Magnus College New Haven, CT.
Furman, an art therapist who teaches at the School of Visual Arts and Albertus Magnus College and clinical coordinator in psychiatric, educational, and community-based programs with children, adults, and families, offers a guide for art therapists and graduate students that addresses ethical issues relating to sexuality, cognitively impaired clients, the electronic transmission of confidential information and artwork, exchanging gifts, physical contact, and spirituality.
Thomas von Aquin scheint wohl ein fruher, aber wahrscheinlich nicht der erste Benutzer des neuen Textes gewesen zu sein, vor ihm hat anscheinend sein Lehrer in Paris und Koln, Albert der Grosse, Albertus Magnus wie er meist genannt wird, den Text gebraucht.
Albertus Magnus and the Sciences: Commemorative Essays 1980 (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Toronto, 1980) 13-51.
On the first day of each semester, I ask, "Who can tell me something about Albertus Magnus, Albert the Great?
of Tennessee-Chattanooga) has translated several works by Saint Albertus Magnus (1193?