ISBN-10:
0195092937
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2900195092935
Pub. Date:
04/04/1996
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Oxford University Press, USA
Readings in Medieval Philosophy / Edition 1

Readings in Medieval Philosophy / Edition 1

by Andrew B. Schoedinger
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ISBN-13: 2900195092935
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 04/04/1996
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 864
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

PART I: THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
1. The Free Choice of the Will, Book II, Chapters 3-15, St. Augustine
2. The Proof of God's Existence from The Metaphysica of Avicenna, Avicenna
3. Proslogium, Preface and Chapters I-IV; An Appendix in Behalf of the Fool by Gaunilon and Anselm's Apologetic, St. Anselm and Gaunilon
4. The Trinity, Or The First Principle, Chapters I-III, William of Auvergne
5. Summa Theologica Part I: Question I, Articles 1 and 2; Question II, Articles 1, 2 and 3, St, Thomas Aquinas
6. "On the Existence of God" from A Treatise on God as First Principle, John Duns Scotus
PART II: ETHICS AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
7. "The Nature of Evil" from The Divine Names, Chapter Four, Pseudo-Dionysius
8. The Improvement of the Moral Qualities, Solomon Ibn Gabirol
9. Ethics, Prologue and Chapters I-XVI, Peter Abelard
10. Laws Concerning Character Traits, Moses Maimonides
11. "Disputed Questions Concerning Evil" from De Malo; Question One, Articles 1-4 and Question Three, Article 1, St.Thomas Aquinas
12. God and Creatures; The Quodlibetal Questions; Question 18, Articles I-III, John Duns Scotus
PART III: GOD'S FOREKNOWLEDGE AND FREE WILL
13. The Consolation of Philosophy, Book V, Boethius
14. Foreknowledge and Free Choice, Chapters 1-4, St. Anselm
15. "On God's Knowledge" from On the Harmony of Religion and Philosophy, Averroes
16. "God's Causality and Foreknowledge"; Quodlibeta, III, Question iii and Ordinatio, D. XXXVIII, Question unica, William of Ockham
17. The Wars of the Lord, Book III, Divine Knowledge, Levi ben Gerson
18. A Quodlibetal Question on Future Contingents Disputed at Louvain in the year 1465, Peter de Rivo
PART IV: THEOLOGY
19. On the Immortality of the Soul, St. Augustine
20. Letter to Charlemagne: On the Being (Substantia) of Nothing and Shadows, Fridugisus of Tours
21. "On the Trinity" from Periphyseon, Book II; 561C-579D, John Scotus Eriugena
22. Letter on Divine Omnipotence, Selections, St. Peter Damian
23. Grace and Free Choice, St. Anselm
24. Disputed Questions on the Mystery of the Trinity; Question II, Articles I and II, St. Bonaventure
PART V POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
25. The Perfect State, Section V; Chapter 15, Al-Farabi
26. The Policraticus, Book Four, Prologue and Chapters I-IV, John of Salisbury
27. On Kingship to the King of Cyprus, Book One, Chapters I, II and VI, Book Two, Chapter III, St. Thomas Aquinas
28. On Royal and Papal Power, Prologue and Chapters 1-7, John of Paris
29. The Defender of Peace, Discourse One, Chapters II and VIII-XIII, Marsilius of Padua
30. Eight Questions on the Power of the Pope, Question II, Chapters I and VII; Dialogus de Potestate Papae et Imperatoris, Part III: Treatise ii; Book II, Chapters 26-28, William of Ockham
PART VI: KNOWLEDGE AND SENSATION
31. The Trinity, Selections on Knowledge, St. Augustine
32. Summa Theologica, Part I, Question LXXXIV, Articles 6-8; Question LXXXV, Articles 1-8: Question LXXXVI, Articles 1-4 and Question LXXXVIII, Articles 1-3, St. Thomas Aquinas
33. Disputed Questions on Faith and Knowledge, Question I, Matthew of Aquasparta
34. Two Letters to Bernard of Arezzo, Nicolaus of Autrecourt
35. Commentary on Aristotle's De Anima, Book II, Questions 9-11, Jean Buridan
36. Prologue and Chapter One, "On the Causes of Marvels Involving Vision, from De causis mirabilium, Nicole Oresme
PART VII: UNIVERSALS
37. Glosses on Porphyry from Logica Ingredientibus, "On Universals", Peter Abelard
38. The Metalogicon, Book II, Chapters 17-20, John of Salisbury
39. Concerning Being and Essence, Introduction and Chapters 1-4, St. Thomas Aquinas
40. The Principle of Individuation, Questions One-Six, John Duns Scotus
41. Summa logicae, Part I, Chapters 14-17; Quodlibet 4, Question 35 and Quodlibet 5, Questions 12 and 13, William of Ockham
42. "On Universals", Walter Burley
PART VIII: LOGIC AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE
43. On Division, Boethius
44. Introduction to Logic, Chapter Five, "Properties of Terms", William of Sherwood
45. "Treatise on Distributions" from Summulae Logicales, Peter of Spain
46. "The Nature of Logic" and "Dialectic and Demonstration" from De ortu scientiarum, Robert Kilwardby
47. Sophismata, Chapter VIII, "Insolubles", John Buridan
48. "On Entailment Propostions" from Logica Magna, Paul of Venice
PART IV: PHYSICS
49. On Light, Robert Grosseteste
50 Letter to Sigerus de Foucaucourt: On the Magnet. Peter Peregrinus of Maricourt
51. Opus Majus, Part IV: Distinctions I, II and III, Roger Bacon
52. Perspectiva communis, Part II, Reflection, John Pecham
53. "The Impetus Theory of Projectile Motion" from Questions on the Eight Books of the Physics of Aristotle, Book VIII, Question 12; "On the Free Fall of Bodies" and "On the Diurnal Rotation of the Earth" from Questions on the Four Books on the Heavens and the World of Aristotle, Book II, Questions 12 and 22
54. Concerning Experiments in Weight, Nicholas of Cusa

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