Erwin Panofksy became a member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, and in 1948 he delivered Saint Vincent College's second annual Wimmer Lecture. Panofsky described it as "another diffident attempt at correlating Gothic architecture and Scholasticism," but it has remained in print in numerous languages for more than half a century. Panofsky had the gift of combining a classical education with a deep love for the medieval mind. His Wimmer Lecture stands as a brilliant man's tribute to the legacy of Christian humanism.
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