We celebrate reaching episode 200 with a special double interview on the problem of defining medieval philosophy.
Eriugena delves into the Greek tradition to produce his masterpiece of metaphysics and theology, the Periphyseon.
John Scotus Eriugena debates free will with his rival Gottschalk, arguing that God predestines the saved but not the damned.
Alcuin leads a resurgence of interest in philosophy and the liberal arts at the court of Charlemagne.
Peter launches the series of podcasts on philosophy in medieval Latin Christendom with a look ahead at what’s to come.