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Method and order in Renaissance philosophy of nature : the Aristotle commentary tradition

Author: Daniel A Di Liscia; Eckhard Kessler; Charlotte Methuen
Publisher: Aldershot ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, ©1997.
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A collection of papers exploring method in 16th-century Aristotle commentaries. They begin with the theory of "regressus" and broaden out to encompass the historical and systematical context of the  Read more...

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Method and order in Renaissance philosophy of nature.
Aldershot ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, c1997
(OCoLC)654844987
Named Person: Aristotle; Aristotle; Aristote; Aristoteles.; Aristotle.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel A Di Liscia; Eckhard Kessler; Charlotte Methuen
ISBN: 0860786668 9780860786665
OCLC Number: 38190735
Language Note: Two contributions in Spanish and one in Italian.
Notes: The papers collected in the volume are the result of a two-week postgraduate seminar, London, Sept. 1992.
Description: xi, 416 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Philoponus and Simplicius on Tekmeriodic proof / Donald Morrison --
El "realismo" de principios del S. XII y el "eclecticismo" platónico-aristotélico : sobre los universales y la teoría de la indifferentia / Pedro Mantas --
Aristotle and Averroes on method in the Middle Ages and Renaissance : the "Oxford gloss" to the Physics and Pietro D'Afeltro's Exposito Proemii Averroys / Charles Burnett and Andrew Mendelsohn --
Method in the Aristotelian tradition : taking a second look / Eckhard Kessler --
Velocidad quo ad effectus y velocidad quo ad causas : ;a tradición de los calculadores y la metodologia aristotélica / Daniel A. Di Liscia --
Alonso de la Veracruz as an Aristotelian natural philosopher / Sarai Castro --
Keeping order in the School of Padua : Jacopo Zabarella and Francesco Piccolomini on the offices of philosophy / Nicholas Jardine --
The foundation of an autonomous natural philosophy : Zabarella on the classification of arts and sciences / Heikki Mikkeli --
Galileo's regressive methodology, its prelude and its sequel / William A. Wallace --
Galileo and the mixed sciences / W. Roy Laird --
Flaminio Papazzoni : un aristotelico bolognese maestro di Frederico Borromeo e corrispondente di Galileo / Michele Camerota --
Principle and method : Francesco Buonamici's version of renaissance Aristotelianism / Hans Kraml --
Non-regressive method (and the emergence of modern science) / Heinrich C. Kuhn --
Vinculum concordiae : Lutheran method by Philip Melanchthon / Sachiko Kusukawa --
Kepler's epistemology / Peter Barker --
Latin Aristotelianism and the seventeenth-century Calvinist theory of scientific method / Charles H. Lohr --
Sturm, Morhof and Brucker vs. Aristotle : three eclectic natural philosophers view the Aristotelian method / Constance W. T. Blackwell.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel A. Di Liscia, Eckhard Kessler, Charlotte Methuen.

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