ND   JMC : History of Medieval Philosophy / by Maurice De Wulf

VII. Esthetics.

306. Its Place in Scholasticism. -- Esthetics might be assigned to the group of sciences which preside over the production of exterior things; but scholasticism did not so assign it because it did not devote any special treatises, nor assign any separate place, to the study of beauty. The thoughts that are to be found on the subject are scattered through metaphysical or psychological treatises, or contained in commentaries, notably in the commentaries on the treatise of Pseudo-Denis, De Nominibus Divinis.

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