The period of the emergence of the first universities is explored in new episodes of the podcast by the Czech Academy of Sciences, featuring historians of philosophy Ota Pavlíček and Lukáš Lička from the research group TRIPTIC-EU. They reveal how medieval scholars and their ideas traveled across Europe and towards the East, what quodlibetal debates are, what they have in common with modern conferences, and how centuries-old texts are turned into digitized catalogs.

You can read more about the CAS podcast here and you can listen to it (in Czech) on Spotify, Google Podcasts or Apple Podcasts.



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