Logik und Theologie
Edited by Dominik Perler and Ulrich Rudolph
The reception of the Aristotelian Organon in the Arabic and Latin Middle Ages sparked a lively debate about the problematic relationship between logic and theology. On the one hand, theology faced new logical theories and methods of argumentation; on the other hand, logic was to provide explanatory models and techniques for the analysis of theological problems. The contributions in this volume discuss this twofold challenge on the basis of key texts and authors, ranging from early Islamic theology to the Christian later Middle Ages.
The volume includes contributions by Cornelia Schöck, Gregor Schoeler, Dimitri Gutas, Ulrich Rudolph, Tony Street, Gerhard Endreß, Denis Gril, Anke von Kügelgen, Wilferd Madelung, Mischa von Perger, Luisa Valente, Peter Schulthess, Dominik Perler, Alfonso Maierù, Volker Leppin, Taneli Kukkonen, and Sigrid Müller.