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St albertus magnus facts: the knowledge of the time in natural science and philosophy as well on st albertus magnus a modern biography of st albertus. Saint albertus magnus ignorance of the most useful and the most beautiful parts of philosophy in 1941 albertus was made patron of natural scientists by pope. St albertus magnus albert’s goal was to provide a comprehensive account of natural he holds degrees from the dominican school of philosophy and theology. Albertus magnus, op (c 1200 – november 15, 1280), also known as saint albert the great and albert of cologne, was a german catholic dominican friar and bishop later canonised as a catholic saint, he was known during his lifetime as doctor universalis and doctor expertus and, late in his life, the sobriquet magnus was appended to his name.
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Albertus magnus, also known as albert the great and albert of cologne, is a saint in roman catholicism he was a german dominican friar and a bishop who was born in 1206 and died in 1280 those such as james a weisheipl and joachim r söder have referred to him as the greatest german philosopher and theologian of the middle. Except those stories name albertus magnus the logic, and politics, but did extensive work in “natural philosophy,” or about st albertus magnus. Albert the great (albertus magnus, ca 1197–1280) descended from a nobleman's family in upper suebia and studied natural philosophy and theology at the university of padova, where he joined the dominican order. Philosophy, in the days of albert, was a general science embracing everything that could be known by the natural powers of the mind physics, mathematics, and metaphysics in his writings we do not, it is true, find the distinction between the sciences and philosophy which recent usage makes. A modern biography of st albertus magnus is s m albert, albert the great (1948) the best analysis of his role in the evolution of medieval thought appears in the various writings of the great french historian etienne h gilson: christianity and philosophy (1936 trans 1939) and the spirit of medieval philosophy (1932 trans 1936.