But Aristotelianism as a system soon ceased to be in vogue, and by the sixth century was no longer known.
People would no longer be fed on the dry crust of Aristotelianism or be satisfied with the intellectual jugglery of the Schoolmen.
Scholasticism is the Aristotelianism of medieval orthodoxy as taught in the “schools” or universities of Western Europe.
The whole movement is little else than a chapter in the history of Aristotelianism.
If Averrhosm differs from Aristotelianism, it does not differ consciously.
Aristotelianism approved itself as the controversial instrument, and in due course held the field alone.
The mingling of Aristotelianism and religion in the scholastic theology Luther had assailed.
This deep metaphysical divergence was the prime cause of the transition from Platonism to Aristotelianism.
The difficulty was increased with the advent of Aristotelianism in the thirteenth century.
Aristotelianism, however, did not reign without a rival even in the later Middle Ages.