Little Wisdoms: Chivalry (Medieval Wisdom)

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Montaigne and other skeptical philosophers of the Renaissance held that skepticism can be of assistance to faith. It is prudent, he said, to get used to simple food and plain surroundings. But that is Ethics, and Ethics is only one branch of Philosophy. The senses can be fooled, so experience is fallible and must always be tested against reason. All these activities are accomplished through what is, essentially, a philosophical attitude of enquiry.

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Publisher: Chronicle Books (August 1, 1994)


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