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Review 'As Delbos said to me about 1910 or 1912, when I was discussing philosophy with him: 'Above all, Gilson, love your wife and your children.' Let me add to that two or three friends, of which you are one, and there is no one ahead of you.' Read more About the Author Etienne Gilson was born in Paris in 1884. He became Professor of Mediaeval Philosophy at the Sorbonne in 1921, and from 1932 until his retirement in 1951, he held a similar chair at the College de France. From 1929 until his death, he was affiliated with the Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the University of Toronto. Read more

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