The city is the most important physical structure that makes connections between people and society. Thus, the city and social dynamics are intrinsic to the present from day to day. The purpose of the study is to explain the relationship between city and philosophy in the Middle Ages and to show how today's relationship can be evaluated. It also aims to examine the study area. This proposal deals with philosophical approaches to begin social life in the Middle Ages. Later in the Middle Ages, it was tried to find out how the cities and architects shaped these philosophical approaches. The study is a qualitative study. Collected and interpreted by literature survey method. As a result, a critical approach to modern philosophy, social life, city and architectural structures has been introduced through the medieval example.
Skolastic Thought, Aesthetics, City, Architecture, Philosophy, M