Albertus Magnus

was a theologist and bishop of the High Middle Ages, a time of cultural and economic change and new departures. New cities develop and became important. One of them is Cologne, where one of the main figures of scholasticism, Albertus Magnus, lived as a Dominican friar and where he became bishop. His works on logic, theology, botany, geography astronomy, justice, law, friendship and law made him famous as Doctor universalis and gave reason for his reputation as one of the most important german philosophers and theologist of the middle ages.


Some Central Works:

  • De natura boni,
  • De homine,
  • De resurrection,
  • De creaturis,
  • De coropore Domini

The ideas of Albertus Magnus influenced the following concepts: