"A fresh study of the astonishing philosophical and theological achievement of Anselm of Canterbury is long overdue. But it has been worth the wait. Visser and Williams bring Anselm's texts and ideas vividly to life. They introduce us to the breadth of his thought - from his philosophy of mind, language, and modality to his reflections on Trinity and Incarnation - with a sensitivity to the texts and a depth of analysis that is rare in books accessible to a general readership." --Scott McDonald, Professor of Philosophy and Norma K. Regan Professor in Christian Studies, Cornell University
About the Author
Sandra Visser is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Valparaiso University. Thomas Williams is Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies Studies at the University of South Florida.