Pierre /piˈɛər; Frenchpyɛr/Show Spelled[pee-air; Frenchpyer]Show IPA, (Peter Abelard)1079–1142, French scholastic philosopher, teacher, and theologian. His love affair with Heloïse is one of the famous romances in history.
Peter. French name Pierre Abélard. 1079--1142, French scholastic philosopher and theologian whose works include Historia Calamitatum and Sic et Non (1121). His love for Héloïse is recorded in their correspondence
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