Eine Topographie historischer Gleichzeitigkeit
Author: Andreas Speer,David Wirmer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
This volume is dedicated to the year 1308. Its object is to open new perspectives with an invitation to reconsider our habitual viewpoints, to sharpen and extend them - by considering the year 1308, but also going beyond that year and its historical periphery. Beginning with a detailed local description, attention is drawn to a variety of thematic and methodological facets: perception of events, also bearing the discovery of new worlds in mind, Johannes Duns Scotus in context, theology in Paris, philosophy in Italy, medicine and poetry, Europe’s boarders, orthodoxy and heresy, 1308 reflected in art, and from Jewish and Islamic perspectives.
An Historical and Philosophical Introduction
Author: John Marenbon,Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer John Marenbon
This new introduction replaces Marenbon's best-selling editions Early Medieval Philosophy (1983) and Later Medieval Philosophy (1987) to present a single authoritative and comprehensive study of the period. It gives a lucid and engaging account of the history of philosophy in the Middle Ages, discussing the main writers and ideas, the social and intellectual contexts, and the important concepts used in medieval philosophy. Medieval Philosophy gives a chronological account which: treats all four main traditions of philosophy that stem from the Greek heritage of late antiquity: Greek Christian philosophy, Latin philosophy, Arabic philosophy and Jewish philosophy provides a series of 'study' sections for close attention to arguments and shorter 'interludes' that point to the wider questions of the intellectual context combines philosophical analysis with historical background includes a helpful detailed guide to further reading and an extensive bibliography All students of medieval philosophy, medieval history, theology or religion will find this necessary reading.
A Critical Edition with an Introduction
Author: Monika Michałowska
Richard Kilvington’s commentary on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (14th century) offers a unique perspective of argumentation by applying concepts and terminology from the fields of logic and physics to ethical dilemmas.
Author: David Edward Luscombe
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
The Middle Ages span a period of well over a millennium: from the emperor Constantine's Christian conversion in 312 to the early sixteenth century. David Luscombe's clear and accessible history of medieval thought steers a clear path through this long period, beginning with the three greatest influences on medieval philosophy: Augustine, Boethius, and Pseudo-Denis, and focusing on Abelard, Anselm, Aquinas, Ockham, Duns Scotus, and Eckhart among others in the twelfth to fifteenth centuries.
Author: Jan A. Aertsen,Andreas Speer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
The series MISCELLANEA MEDIAEVALIA was founded by Paul Wilpert in 1962 and since then has presented research from the Thomas Institute of the University of Cologne. The cornerstone of the series is provided by the proceedings of the biennial Cologne Medieval Studies Conferences, which were established over 50 years ago by Josef Koch, the founding director of the Institute. The interdisciplinary nature of these conferences is reflected in the proceedings. The MISCELLANEA MEDIAEVALIA gather together papers from all disciplines represented in Medieval Studies - medieval history, philosophy, theology, together with art and literature, all contribute to an overall perspective of the Middle Ages.
Author: Richard Kilvington,Norman Kretzmann,Barbara Ensign Kretzmann
Publisher: Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi S.
A sophisma is a puzzling sentence designed to bring some abstract issue into sharper focus while accompanied by arguments to resolve the paradox. This is the first printed edition of Richard Kilvington's Sophismata, perhaps one of the earliest works from the group of fourteenth-century philosophers known as the Oxford Calculators. The Sophismata is an ordered collection of philosophical puzzles on such topics as the logic of change, velocity, knowing, and doubting. Kilvington pursues those issues of natural philosophy by exploring the conceptual foundations of mathematics and physics.