Definition of Albertus Magnus, St in English:

Albertus Magnus, St

Line breaks: St Al|ber¦tus Mag¦nus
Pronunciation: /alˌbəːtəs ˈmaɡnəs
 
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( Circa 1200–80), Dominican theologian, philosopher, and scientist; known as Doctor Universalis. A teacher of St Thomas Aquinas, he was a pioneer in the study of Aristotle and contributed significantly to the comparison of Christian theology and pagan philosophy. Feast day, 15 November.

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