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History of Christian philosophy in the Middle Ages.

Auteur: Etienne Gilson
Uitgever: New York, Random House [©1955]
Serie: Random House lifetime library.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre/Vorm: History
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Etienne Gilson
OCLC-nummer: 231526
Beschrijving: 829 p. 24 cm.
Inhoud: pt 1: THE GREEK APOLOGISTS: CHAPTER I: THE GREEK APOLOGISTS: Aristides and Aquadratus --
Justin Martyr --
Tatian --
Athenagoras --
Theophilus of Antioch --
Irenaeus --
Hippolytus --
pt 2: EARLY CHRISTIAN SPECULATION: CHAPTER I: THE ALEXANDRINES: Clement of Alexandria --
Origen --
CHAPTER II: THE LATIN APOLOGISTS: Tertullian --
Minucious Felix --
Arnobius --
CHAPTER III: THE CAPPADOCIANS: Gregory Nazianzenus --
Basil the Great --
Gregory of Nyssa --
Nemesius --
pt3: FROM AUGUSTINE TO BOETHIUS: CHAPTER I: VICTORINUS AND AUGUSTINE: Marius Victorinus --
Augustine --
CHAPTER II: END OF THE GREEK PATRISTIC AGE: Denis the Areopagite --
Maximus of Chrysopolis --
Johannes Philoponus --
John Damascene --
The platonism of the fathers --
CHAPTER III: END OF THE LATIN PATRISTIC AGE: Faustus of Riez --
Claudianus Mamertus --
Boethius --
From Cassiodorus to Gregory the Great --
pt 4: FROM SCOTUS ERIGENA TO SAINT BERNARD: CHAPTER I: JOHANNES SCOTUS ERIGENA: Faith and reason --
Nature and its division --
The divine ideas --
Creation and revelation --
Creation and illumination --
The hierarchy of beings --
The return to God --
CHAPTER II: SAINT ANSELM OF CANTERBURY: Reason and faith --
The existence of God in the Monologium --
The proof of the Proslogion --
Attributes of God and creation --
Knowledge and will --
CHAPTER III: PLATONISM IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY: Gilbert of La Porree --
Thierry of Chartres --
Clarenbaud of Arras --
John of Salisbury --
CHAPTER IV: PETER ABELARD: Logic --
Ethics --
Theology --
CHAPTER V: SPECULATIVE MYSTICISM: Saint Bernard of Clairvaux --
William of Saint Thierry --
Isaac of Stella --
Alcher of Clairvaux --
Victorines --
CHAPTER VI: ALAN OF LILLE: Maxims of theology --
Christian notion of nature --
Art of Catholic faith --
pt 5: ARABIAN AND JEWISH PHILOSOPHY: CHAPTER I: ARABIAN PHILOSOPHY: Alkindi and Alfarabi --
Avicenna --
Averroes --
CHAPTER II: JEWISH PHILOSOPHY: --
Solomon Ibn Gabirol --
Moses Maimonides --
pt 6: EARLY SCHOLASTICISM: CHAPTER I: GRECO-ARABIAN INFLUENCES: Translations --
Liber de Causis --
Dominic Gundisalvi --
De fluxu entis --
Amaury of Bene --
David of Dinant --
Theological syncretism --
Pontifical decrees concerning Aristotle --
CHAPTER II: UNIVERSITIES AND SCHOLASTICISM: Organization and teaching methods --
Beginning of universities --
CHAPTER III: EARLY THIRTEENTH-CENTURY THEOLOGIANS: Paris --
Oxford --
pt 7: THEOLOGY AND LEARNING: CHAPTER I: ALBERT THE GREAT: Albert and secular learning --
The four co-evals --
Man --
God --
CHAPTER II: ROGER BACON: The philosopher --
The reformer --
CHAPTER III: MIDDLE THIRTEENTH-CENTURY LOGICIANS: Speculative grammar --
Theology and logic --
Program for examinations --
William of Sherwood and Lambert of Auxerre --
Peter of Spain --
pt 8: THE GOLDEN AGE OF SCHOLASTICISM: CHAPTER I: THE FRANCISCAN SCHOOL: Alexander of Hales and John of La ROchelle --
Bonaventure and his school --
Eustachius of Arras --
Walter of Bruges --
Matthew of Aquasparta --
Bartholomew of Bologna --
Roger Marston --
Peter Olieu --
Vital du Four --
Richard of Mediavilla --
William of Ware --
Ramon Lull --
CHAPTER II: SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGIANS IN ENGLAND: Robert Kilwardby --
John Peckham --
CHAPTER III: THOMAS AQUINAS: The Thomistic reformation --
Theology and philosophy --
God --
Creation --
Man --
The end of man --
Thomism at the crossways --
pt 9: THE CONDEMNATION OF 1277: CHAPTER I: LATIN AVERROISM: Siger of Brabant --
Boetius of Sweden --
CHAPTER II: THE THEOLOGICAL REACTION: Bonaventure --
Etienne Tempier in 1270 --
Etienne Tempier in 1277 --
Condemned propositions --
Importance of the condemnation --
CHAPTER III: PHILOSOPHICAL CONTROVERSIES: The Correctives --
The plurality of forms --
Existence and essence --
pt 10: FOURTEENTH-CENTURY SCHOLASTICISM: CHAPTER I: ALBERTISTS AND NEO-PLATONISTS: Dietrich of Vrieberg --
Master Eckhart --
Tauler and Ruysbroeck --
CHAPTER II: THE SECOND AUGUSTINIAN SCHOOL: Henry of Ghent --
John Duns Scotus and his school --
CHAPTER III: DISTINTEGRATION OF SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY: Durand of Saint-Pourcain --
Peter Auriol --
Henry of Harclay --
The Carmelite group --
pt 11: THE MODERN WAY: CHAPTER I: WILLIAM OF OCKHAM: Intuition and abstraction --
Signs --
Supposition and signification --
Intellection --
Being and cause --
The spirit of Ockhamism --
CHAPTER II: NOMINALISM: Wodham, Holkot, Rimini --
John of Mirecourt --
Nicholas of Autrecourt --
John Buridan --
Albert of Saxony and Oresme --
Extension of the Parisian school --
CHAPTER III: THE SECOND AVERROISM: John of Jandun --
Marsilius of Padua --
CHAPTER IV: JOURNEY'S END: John Gerson --
Nicholas of Cues --
Greek philosophy and Christianity.
Serietitel: Random House lifetime library.

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