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Managing Editor: John Marenbon, Editorial board: Margaret Cameron, Simo Knuuttila, Martin Lenz, Christopher J. Martin
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Scholarly studies on medieval European philosophical texts and issues in the history of philosophy, theology and science in the medieval European world.
Edited by Henrik Lagerlund
This book aims at beginning the rewriting of the history of skepticism by highlightening the medieval sources of the modern skeptical discussions. It shows through seven newly written essays how epistemological and external-world skepticism was developed and discussed particularly in the ...
Edited by Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender, & Theo Kobusch
Focusing on Meister Eckhart, John Duns Scotus, Hervaeus Natalis, Durandus of St.-Pourçain, Walter Burley and Petrus Aureoli, this volume investigates the nature of philosophical and theological issues and arguments at the University of Paris in the early fourteenth century.
William J. Courtenay
Against the background of changing assessments of Nominalism and its meanings before Ockham, this book examines the reception of Ockham’s thought at Oxford and Paris, the crisis over Ockhamism at Paris around 1340, and the legacy of Ockhamist thought into the sixteenth century.
This book is in the first instance a commentary on the Syncategoremata of the English logician William of Sherwood (13th century). It is the first commentary on this treatise in German. The tract is furthermore placed in its context in the history of the study of syncategorematic words.
In his metaphysics Francis of Marchia (~1290-1344) introduces for the first time, on the basis of a freshly revised doctrine of the transcendentals, a systematic division of general and special metaphysics, a significant development for the subsequent history of metaphysics.
Theodor W. Köhler
This study deals with the philosophical approaches of thirteenth-century thinkers to concrete manifestations of 'quantum ad naturalia' in human lives and to the practical outlines and peculiarities of humanity in their commentaries on Aristotle’s works on natural philosophy.
Absolute Beginners is a multi-approach study of the founding role of the Absolute as the very beginning of knowledge in medieval philosophy (Henry of Ghent, Richard Conington), the subject being addressed from historical, methodological, and systematic perspectives.
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