Definition of Pierre abelard

1. Noun. French philosopher and theologian; lover of Heloise (1079-1142).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pierre Abelard

Piemonte
Piemontese
Pier Luigi Nervi
Pierce
Pieria
Pierian
Pieridae
Pieris
Pieris floribunda
Pieris japonica
Pieris protodice
Pieris rapae
Pierre
Pierre-Paul Broca
Pierre Abelard
Pierre Athanase Larousse
Pierre Auguste Renoir
Pierre Boulez
Pierre Charles L'Enfant
Pierre Corneille
Pierre Curie
Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Pierre Laporte Bridge
Pierre Larousse
Pierre Simon de Laplace
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
Pierre Terrail
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Pierre de Fermat

Literary usage of Pierre abelard

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The authentic annals, however, seem to commence with pierre abelard about 1107. Under him the institution still in the cloisters of the cathedral began to ..."

2. The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All Nations and All Ages edited by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton (1909)
"pierre abelard HE name of Abelard has ever been associated with that of Heloise, ... pierre abelard was born at Palet (or Palais), near Nantes, in 1079, ..."

3. Early Christian Hymns: Translations of the Verses of the Most Notable Latin by Daniel Joseph Donahoe (1908)
"... pierre abelard pierre abelard, philosopher, theologian and monk, was born near Nantes in 1079. His false doctrines were condemned in the Council of ..."

4. Early Christian Hymns: Translations of the Verses of the Most Notable Latin by Daniel Joseph Donahoe (1908)
"... pierre abelard pierre abelard, philosopher, theologian and monk, was born near Nantes in 1079. His false doctrines were condemned in the Council of ..."

5. The Unrivaled History of the World: Containing a Full and Complete Record of by Israel Smith Clare (1893)
"pierre abelard, the renowned French philosopher, the restorer of philosophy in the Middle Ages, was born AD 1079, and taught with extraordinary success in ..."

6. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1904)
"Abelard pierre abelard, or Abailard,1 was born in Palais, near Nantes, 1079, and studied at Paris under William of Champeaux, the most skilful ..."

7. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"pierre abelard is the most brilliant and most tragic figure in the history of the church. The wealth of his knightly family provided his youth with the ..."

8. Woman; Her Position, Influence, and Achievement Throughout the Civilized by William C. King (1900)
"Just at this time, pierre abelard, who had already made himself very celebrated as a rhetorician, came to found a new school in that art in Paris, ..."

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