John of Salisbury (c. 1120 – 25 October 1180), who described himself as Johannes Parvus ("John the Little"),  was an English author, educationalist, diplomat and ...
John of Salisbury (ca. 1115-76) has an enduring reputation based as much on whom he knew as on what he knew. He studied with almost all the great masters ...
John Of Salisbury, (born 1115/20, Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng.—died Oct. 25, 1180, probably at Chartres, France), one of the best Latinists of his age, who was ...
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John of Salisbury. The English bishop and humanist John of Salisbury (c. 1115-1180) is generally considered to have been the most cultured man of his day.
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Policraticus is a book of ethical and political philosophy written by John of Salisbury around 1159. Although addressing a wide variety of ethical questions, it is ...
Salisbury, John of: see John of SalisburyJohn of Salisbury , c.1110–1180, English scholastic philosopher, b. Salisbury. He studied in France at Paris and Chartres ...
External links on John of Salisbury: God, Man, and Tyrants, Dave Kopel, Liberty Magazine, May 2004, pp. 37-38, 52 — Explains how this work led to the founding of ...