Thomas Gallus

Philosopher, Deceased Person

1200 – 1226

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Who was Thomas Gallus?

Thomas Gallus of Vercelli, sometimes in early twentieth century texts called Thomas of St Victor, Thomas of Vercelli or Thomas Vercellensis, was a French theologian, a member of the School of St Victor. He is known for his commentaries on Pseudo-Dionysius and his ideas on affective theology. His elaborate mystical schemata influenced Bonaventure and The Cloud of Unknowing.

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Born
1200
Nationality
  • France
Profession
Died
Dec 5, 1226

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on July 23, 2013

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