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

Chapter IV.

Some Non-Scholastic Lines of Philosophical Thought.

408. Deviations from Scholasticism. -- We may bring under four heads the various secondary systems which, while retaining some of the doctrines of scholasticism, assimilated more or less freely various foreign principles: certain systems influenced by Averroïsm; the German mysticism of Eckbart and his school; the theosophy of Raymond of Sabunde; the theosophic mysticism of Nicholas of Cusa.

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