Video from Dr. Scott Masson
"The second lecture on Lewis's introduction to the Medieval-Renaissance Model of thought engages with the seminal writers of the period that contribute to the model. Lewis not only gives short summaries of their work but explains how the imaginative sympathies of the period are so powerfully shaped by them. It is not simply that the period is profoundly religious in its sensibilities, but there is no trace of the alienation from the world that characterizes modernity. We will go on to observe how this affects his own fiction and apologetic works.' from video introduction.