John of Salisbury

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John of Salisbury

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(Biography) died 1180, English ecclesiastic and scholar; bishop of Chartres (1176–80). He supported Thomas à Becket against Henry II
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Nederman, "John of Salisbury's Political Theory," A Companion to John of Salisbury, 258-289; for John's skepticism, Christophe Grellard, Jean de Salisbury et la renaissance medievale du scepticisme (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2013); Brian P.
Le 'Policratique' de Jean de Salisbury (1372), Livre V.
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