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  1. La Filosofia De La Edad Media/ the Philosophy of Medieval Times by Etienne Gilson, 2007-05-18
  2. A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY by Copleston. F. C., 1972
  3. The Philosophy of Peter Abelard by John Marenbon, 1999-09-28
  4. Dissent and Philosophy in the Middle Ages: Dante and His Precursors (Applications of Political Theory) by Ernest L. Fortin, 2002-09-15
  5. Medieval Philosophy: Selected Readings from Augustine to Buridan by Herman Shapiro, 1964
  6. History of Philosophy, Volume 1 (History of Philosophy) by Frederick Copleston, 1993-03-01
  7. Logic and the Philosophy of Language (The Cambridge Translations of Medieval Philosophical Texts, Vol. 1)
  8. The Cambridge History of Medieval Political Thought c.350-c.1450 (The Cambridge History of Political Thought)
  9. Medieval Philosophy by Armand A. Maurer, 1962
  10. Philosophies of Existence: Ancient and Medieval
  11. Quodlibetal Questions: Volumes 1 and 2, Quodlibets 1-7 (Yale Library of Medieval Philosophy Seri) by William of Ockham, 1998-05-25
  12. History of Philosophy, Volume 2 by Frederick Copleston, 1993-03-01
  13. Conscience in Medieval Philosophy
  14. Medieval Jewish Philosophy: An Introduction (Curzon Jewish Philosophy) by La Cohn-Sherbok, 1996-10-29

61. Timeline Of Western Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
medieval philosophy Early Middle Ages Origen, PseudoDionysius, Augustine; High Middle Ages Anselm, Lombard, Aquinas,; Late Middle
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62. Sophismata
Article on this common form of medieval philosophical writing, by John Longeway. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy.
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sophisma sophisma is an ambiguous, puzzling or simply difficult sentence that has to be solved. As an important element of scholarly training in universities, closely related to different kinds of disputations, the sophismata not only served to illustrate a theory but, from a more theoretical point of view, were also used to test the limits of a theory. The so-called sophismata -literature assumed more and more importance during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and it is not an exaggeration to claim that many important developments in philosophy (mainly in logic and natural philosophy) appeared in texts of this kind, where masters could feel free to investigate problems and develop their own views, much more than they could in more academic and strictly codified literary genres.

63. Johannes Sharpe
medieval scholar, prominent among the later Oxford Realists. Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy, by Alessandro Conti.
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Johannes Sharpe
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lector ordinarius He established a reputation as a philosopher and a theologian. The number of extant manuscripts of his works and their widespread distribution attest to his importance and notoriety throughout the 15 th century. The following writings are attributed to him:
  • a treatise on universals ( Quaestio super universalia QsU ] his only edited work); a commentary by questions on Aristotle's On the Soul Quaestio super libros De anima In De anima ] 8 mss.; all references are to the ms. Oxford, New College 238); a commentary by questions on Aristotle's On Physics Quaestio super libros Physicorum 7 mss.); a treatise on the properties of being ( De passionibus entis 3 mss.);

64. Thomas Of Erfurt
Life and work of this Modist medieval philosopher, by Jack Zupko. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy.
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Thomas of Erfurt
Thomas of Erfurt was the most influential member of a group of later medieval philosophers known as the speculative grammarians or Modistae (Modists), after the central place they assigned to the modi significandi (modes of signification) of a word in the analysis of human discourse. The notion that a word, once it has been imposed to signify, carries with it all of its syntactical modes, or possible combinations with other words, had been around since the 12 th century. What the Modistae did was to explain the origins of the modi significandi in terms of parallel theories of modi intelligendi (modes of understanding) and modi essendi (modes of being). The result was a curious amalgam of philosophy, grammar, and linguistics. Thomas of Erfurt's De modis significandi became the standard Modist textbook in the 14 th century, though it enjoyed even greater fame later thanks to its misidentification as a work of Duns Scotus. The text was eventually printed as part of Scotus's

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69. 20th WCP: Medieval Philosophy
Archive of contributed papers in the subject area of medieval philosophy. medieval philosophy. medieval philosophy. Author s Name, Affiliation, Paper Title.
Medieval Philosophy The papers indexed below were given at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, in Boston, Massachusetts from August 10-15, 1998. Additional papers may be added to this section as electronic versions are aquired and formatted for the archive. These papers will be listed for a period of time at the What's New? page. Regarding browser support: The papers published in The Paideia Archive please contact the project's webmaster and provide details of the difficulty.
In addition to browsing the numerous subject indexes, you may also enter a name or subject keyword in the space below and hit the search button. Medieval Philosophy Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title Peter Adamson University of Notre Dame Johannes Brachtendorf Self-knowledge and the Sciences in Augustine's Early Thinking Darien C. DeBolt University of Oklahoma George Gemistos Plethon on God: Heterodoxy in Defense of Orthodoxy Victoria Erhart Catholic University of America The Context and Contents of Priscianus of Lydia's Solutionum ad Chosroem Sharon Kaye Dalhousie University Russell, Strawson, and William of Ockham

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72. Society For Medieval And Renaissance Philosophy
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73. Ancient Philosophy Conference Program: Preliminary
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75. Philosophy In Cyberspace
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76. Medieval Philosophy Texts Online -- Ziniewicz
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77. Ziniewicz On Medieval Philosophy
Question How is human nature both ennobled and degraded in the medieval perspective? 9. In the philosophy of the modern ages, we will see what happens when

by Gordon L. Ziniewicz
Question: Does focus on one aspect of context necessarily lead to neglect of other aspects of context? Why or why not? Question: Why do human beings seem to need to believe that something is reliable? 3. The ancients struggled with the relation between the individual and the community. But three basic presuppositions about human nature and human society generally prevailed: (1) the importance of the polis as the enabling context (or inhibiting context) of individual development. In both negative and positive ways, one's individual condition seemed bound up with the organization of one's fellow citizens. With the Epicureans and the Stoics, the emphasis upon citizenship in a particular city-state declined, but the importance of community and friendship was maintained by the Epicureans. It was the Stoic view that was most aloof, but even the Stoics maintained a sense of this-worldly activity. (2) The ancients (like most Chinese philosophers) maintained the original innocence or potential goodness of human nature. Not only was non-human nature seen to be reliable, but human nature (within limits) could be counted on. For example, Aristotle maintains that humans have positive intellectual and social tendencies.

78. English Books > Philosophy > Medieval
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79. Collaborative Programme In Ancient And Medieval Philosophy
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