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.
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Albert the Great: Champion of Faith & Reason" tells the story of Thomas Aquinas's teacher, Albert of Cologne, who through his own studies in faith, science, and philosophy, was a well renown thinker in his own time.