Grosseteste

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John Of Basingstoke - Career
... Based on a letter by Grosseteste, Basingstoke had by 1235 returned to England and was already acting as Archdeacon of Leicester ... Basingstoke seems to have been good friends with Grosseteste according to Paris, he brought to the attention of Grosseteste the apocryphal Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs ... In 1242, Grosseteste had the work brought from Greece and translated it with help of a clerk of St ...
Thomas Gallus
... Gallus also knew Robert Grosseteste whom he may have met in 1238 when visiting England to secure a benefice associated with the church of St ... Gallus and Grosseteste seem to have exchanged some writings through the agency of Grosseteste's associate, the Franciscan Adam Marsh ...
Oxford Franciscan School
... This group includes such names as Robert Grosseteste, Roger Bacon, Duns Scotus and William of Ockham as well as Thomas of York, John Peckham, and ... Robert Grosseteste, was the founder of the Oxford Franciscan school ... Grosseteste called this "resolution and composition" ...
History Of Optics - Optics in Medieval Europe
... The English bishop, Robert Grosseteste (c ... Grosseteste reflected a period of transition between the Platonism of early medieval learning and the new Aristotelianism, hence he tended to apply mathematics and the Platonic metaphor of light in many of his ... Setting aside the issues of epistemology and theology, Grosseteste's cosmogony of light describes the origin of the universe in what may loosely be described as a medieval "big bang" theory ...
Science In The Middle Ages - Western Europe - High Middle Ages (AD 1000–1300)
... Notable among these were the works of Robert Grosseteste, Roger Bacon, John of Sacrobosco, Albertus Magnus, and Duns Scotus ... scientific method can be seen already in Grosseteste's emphasis on mathematics as a way to understand nature and in the empirical approach admired by Roger Bacon ... Grosseteste was the founder of the famous Oxford franciscan school ...