Interpreting Proclus: From Antiquity to the Renaissance

Interpreting Proclus: From Antiquity to the Renaissance

by Stephen Gersh (Editor)


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ISBN-13: 9781108465359
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 07/11/2018
Pages: 419
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.87(d)

About the Author

Stephen Gersh is Professor of Medieval Studies and Concurrent Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Specializing in the Platonic tradition, he is the author of numerous monographs on ancient, medieval, and modern philosophy of which the most recent are Reading Plato, Tracing Plato (2005); Neoplatonism after Derrida: Parallelograms (2006); and Being Different: More Neoplatonism after Derrida (2014). He has edited, among other books, Medieval and Renaissance Humanism: Realism, Representation, and Reform (with Bert Roest, 2003) and Eriugena, Berkeley, and the Idealist Tradition (with Dermot Moran, 2006).

Table of Contents

One thousand years of Proclus: an introduction to his reception Stephen Gersh; 1. Proclus' life, works, and education of the soul Lucas Siorvanes; 2. Proclus as exegete Anne Sheppard; 3. Proclus as theologian Stephen Gersh; 4. 'Dionysius the Areopagite' John M. Dillon; 5. The Book of Causes Cristina d'Ancona; 6. Michael Psellos Dominic J. O'Meara; 7. Eleventh- to twelfth-century Byzantium Michele Trizio; 8. Ioane Petritsi Lela Alexidze; 9. William of Moerbeke, translator of Proclus Carlos Steel; 10. The University of Paris in the thirteenth century Pasquale Porro; 11. Dietrich of Freiberg and Berthold of Moosburg Markus Führer and Stephen Gersh; 12. Nicholas of Cusa Stephen Gersh; 13. Marsilio Ficino Michael J. B. Allen; 14. Francesco Patrizi da Cherso Thomas Leinkauf.

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