Boethius, Anicius (c. 480-c. 524)

Anicius Manlius Boethius was the most important Latin philosopher in late Antiquity. The Neoplatonist and Christian is traditionally called “the last Roman and the first scholastic.” This is because his works conserved essential ideas of the ancient Neoplatonic philosophy in a ...

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