|Title:||Gothic Architecture and Scholasticism|
|Tags:||gothic, non-fiction, architecture|
An Inquiry into the Analogy of the Arts, Philosophy, and Religion in the Middle Ages.
Professor Erwin Panofsky’s study, Gothic Architecture and Scholasticism, captured and holds an eminent place in a series that is not without distinction, the Wimmer Lectures. Established in memory of the founder of the Benedictine Order in America, Boniface Wimmer, the series has brought to St. Vincent College such fine scholars as Jacques Maritain (“Man’s Approach to God”), William F. Albright (“Toward a Theistic Humanism”), Helen C. White (“Prayer and Poetry”), and Elias A. Lowe (“The Finest Book in the World”). [Suggest a different description.]
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