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Contains papers from a two-week postgraduate seminar held in September 1992, in which contributors seek to go beyond limits of concepts, ages, and schools to examine the full variety of Renaissance methodological discussion. Subjects include method in the Aristotelian tradition, Alonso De La Veracruz as an Aristotelian philosopher, Galileo's regressive methodology, Kepler's epistemology, and Latin Aristotelianism and the Calvinist theory of scientific method. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780860786665
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 12/1/1997
  • Pages: 428
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.53 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Philoponus and Simplicius on Tekmeriodic Proof 1
El "realismo" de principios del S. XII y el "eclecticismo" platonico-aristotelico: sobre los universales y la teoria de la indifferentia 23
Aristotle and Averroes on Method in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: The "Oxford Gloss" to the Physics and Pietro D'Afeltro's Expositio Proemii Averroys 53
Method in the Aristotelian Tradition: Taking a Second Look 113
Velocidad quo ad effectus y velocidad quo ad causas: la tradicion de los calculadores y la metodologia aristotelica 143
Alonso De La Veracruz as an Aristotelian Natural Philosopher 177
Keeping Order in the School of Padua: Jacopo Zabarella and Francesco Piccolomini on the Offices of Philosophy 183
The Foundation of an Autonomous Natural Philosophy: Zabarella on the Classification of Arts and Sciences 211
Galileo's Regressive Methodology, its Prelude and its Sequel 229
Galileo and the Mixed Sciences 253
Flaminio Papazzoni: un aristotelico bolognese maestro di Federico Borromeo e corrispondente di Galileo 271
Principle and Method: Francesco Buonamici's Version of Renaissance Aristotelianism 301
Non-Regressive Methods (and the Emergence of Modern Science) 319
Vinculum concordiae: Lutheran Method by Philip Melanchthon 337
Kepler's Epistemology 355
Latin Aristotelianism and the Seventeenth-Century Calvinist Theory of Scientific Method 369
Sturm, Morhof and Brucker vs. Aristotle: Three Eclectic Natural Philosophers view the Aristotelian Method 381
Index of Names 409
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