Medieval Thought
epub |eng | 2016-10-17 | Author:Francis Bacon [Bacon, Francis]

Chapter XIX Dædalus, or Mechanical Skill Explained of Arts and Artists in Kingdoms and States THE ancients have left us a description of mechanical skill, industry, and curious arts converted ...
( Category: Medieval Thought March 21,2020 )
epub |eng | 2014-10-06 | Author:John McHugh

Sect. II. Of the affections and passions: the natural laws of pure affection: the confused sensations of the passions, with their final causes I. After the general account of sensations, ...
( Category: Medieval Thought March 17,2020 )
epub |eng | 2010-03-11 | Author:Small, Helen;

6 The Bounded Life Theodor Adorno’s late lectures on Metaphysics propose a ‘shocking thesis’: ‘metaphysics began with Aristotle’.1 A ‘doubly shocking’ thesis, Adorno tells his audience, because it gives credit ...
( Category: Medieval March 12,2020 )
epub |eng | 2014-10-05 | Author:McHugh, John;

Sect. II. Of the affections and passions: the natural laws of pure affection: the confused sensations of the passions, with their final causes I. After the general account of sensations, ...
( Category: Medieval Thought March 12,2020 )
mobi |eng | 2011-03-03 | Author:Peter Kreeft [Kreeft, Peter]

SEVENTH ARTICLE Whether Some Good of the Soul Constitutes Man’s Happiness? Objection 3. Further, perfection is something belonging to that which is perfected. But happiness is a perfection of man. ...
( Category: Saints March 6,2020 )
epub |eng | 2015-12-03 | Author:John Marenbon

Chapter 6 Universals (Avicenna and Abelard) There is a core question about universals, which perplexed ancient and medieval thinkers, and still exercises philosophers today; they have even borrowed the medieval ...
( Category: Medieval Thought February 27,2020 )
epub |eng | 2016-11-03 | Author:Michael K. Kellogg

THE EARLY ROMANCES The opening of the first Arthurian romance, Erec and Enide, already strikes a note of decline and discord. Arthur wishes to hunt the white stag in order ...
( Category: Medieval March 22,2017 )
epub, azw3, mobi |eng | | Author:Norman Kretzmann

64 This introduction of Aquinas’s concept of will is based mainly on ST Ia.80.1; for a similar account, different in some important respects, see the earlier QDV 22.4. 65 For ...
( Category: History & Surveys November 22,2016 )
epub |eng | 2014-06-14 | Author:Andrew Cole [Cole, Andrew]

6 On Dialectical Interpretation I dwell in Possibility— EMILY DICKINSON Getting Hegel, Wilhelm von Humboldt, and Leopold von Ranke to agree on something would be a marvelous occasion. But in ...
( Category: European January 5,2016 )
epub |eng | 2014-01-02 | Author:Gurtler, Gary M.,Stern-Gillet, Suzanne

Love as Abundance The most important question is simply in what sense we may be said to need or desire another. For Aristophanes, the loved one was once near and ...
( Category: Social Philosophy January 3,2016 )
epub, mobi |eng | 2001-02-21 | Author:Chadwick, Henry [Chadwick, Henry]

The rules of discipline were not casually administered. We (once only) hear of corporal punishment being administered to a young monk found chatting with the nuns at an ‘unfitting hour’. ...
( Category: Christianity December 16,2015 )
epub |eng | 2013-10-03 | Author:Henry Osborn Taylor [Taylor, Henry Osborn]

II The greatest dialectician of the early twelfth century felt no problems put him by the physical world. That did not attract his inquiry; it did not touch the reasonings ...
( Category: Medieval Thought October 14,2015 )
epub, mobi |eng | 2006-09-18 | Author:Mary M. Keys [Keys, Mary M.]

All the “objections” Aquinas entertains against this depiction of the social repercussions of individual acts hinge on a surprisingly familiar claim, common in liberal political theory: that some human actions ...
( Category: History & Surveys August 19,2015 )
mobi |eng | 2003-05-02 | Author:John Marenbon

(Summa theologiae, Ia, 75, 1) In other words, if bodily things are alive just because they are bodies, all bodily things (e.g. my alarm clock) would be alive, which they ...
( Category: History & Surveys June 2,2015 )
epub |eng | 2010-04-28 | Author:Anthony Kenny [Kenny, Anthony]

Hobbes Of those who had been invited to comment on Descartes’ Meditations in 1641, the most distinguished was Thomas Hobbes, the foremost English philosopher of the age. At that time ...
( Category: Modern April 20,2015 )