1073 in philosophy
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This is a list of philosophy-related events in 1073.
- Peter Damian (c. 1007-1072 or 1073). Reforming Benedictine monk and cardinal in the circle of Pope Leo IX. A Doctor of the Church who often condemned philosophy.
- Howe, John (June 2010). "Did St. Peter Damian Die in 1073 ? A New Perspective on his Final Days". Analecta Bollandiana 128 (1): 67–86. http://www.kbr.be/~socboll/P-analecta2010.php.