A system of methodological coordinates for a historiographer of medieval philosophy: a proposal of an explanatory tool

Keywords: historical research, systematic research, medieval thought, methodological values, philosophical historiography

Abstract

The last thirty years of scholarship in western medieval philosophical historiography have seen a number of reflections on the methodological paradigms, schools, trends, and dominant approaches in the field. As a contribution to this ongoing assessment of the existing methods of studies in medieval philosophy and theology and a supplement to classifications offered by M. Colish, J. Inglis, C. König-Pralong, J. Marenbon, A. de Libera, and others, the article offers another explanatory tool.

Here is a description of an imaginary system of methodological coordinates that systematizes the current tendencies by placing them in a three-dimensional system of axes. Every axis corresponds to a certain aspect of the historical and systematic research in medieval thought and symbolizes a possible movement between two extremes representing opposite methodological values and directions. The methods and approaches practiced in recent studies in medieval philosophy and theology might be schematically located inside this general system of argumentational, focal (or objectival), and (con)textual axes with their intersection identified with what some scholars call the “integral” model of study.

This explanatory tool allows one to see how current approaches and methods form a panoply of axes that belong together in one complex grid and helps to visualize the tapestry of existing approaches in medieval philosophical historiography.

Author Biography

Rostislav Tkachenko, Evangelische Theologische Faculteit (Leuven, Belgium)

PhD, Affiliated Researcher

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Tkachenko, R. (2020). A system of methodological coordinates for a historiographer of medieval philosophy: a proposal of an explanatory tool. Sententiae, 39(2), 8-28. https://doi.org/10.31649/https://doi.org/10.31649/sent39.02.008
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