Focusing on the seminal works of two early thirteenth-century philosophers, Steven P. Marrone shows how the idea of science" and the desire to be "scientific" first penetrated the scholarly discourse of the medieval West.
Originally published in 1983.
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Table of Contents
- FrontMatter, pg. i
- Table of Contents, pg. vii
- Preface, pg. ix
- Abbreviations, pg. xi
- Introduction, pg. 1
- I. The State of Human Knowledge, pg. 25
- II. Truth in Simple Knowledge, pg. 39
- III. The Truth of Complex Knowledge, pg. 74
- IV. Conclusion, pg. 126
- V. Truth in Simple Knowledge According to Grosseteste's Early Works, pg. 135
- VI. Truth in Simple Knowledge According to Grosseteste's Commentaries on Aristotle, pg. 157
- VII. The Truth of Complex Knowledge, pg. 215
- Conclusion, pg. 287
- Appendixes, pg. 293
- Bibliography, pg. 295
- Index, pg. 311