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

Author: Daniel A Di Liscia
Publisher: Aldershot : 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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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: Aristoteles <384-322 f. Kr>; Aristoteles; Aristoteles
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel A Di Liscia
ISBN: 0860786668 9780860786665
OCLC Number: 185509566
Description: 416 s
Contents: Contents: Introduction; Eckhard Kessler; Philoponus and Simplicius on Tekmeriodic Proof, Donald Morrison; El 'realismo' de principios del S.XII y el 'eclecticismo' platA^3nico-aristotelico: sobre los universales y la teorA-a 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'Afeltrio's Expositio Proemii Averroys, Charles Burnett & Andrew Mendelsohn; Method in the Aristotelian tradition: taking a second look, Eckhard Kessler; Velocidad quo ad effectus y velocidad quo ad causas: la tradiciA^3n de los calculadores y la metodologA-a aristotelica, 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, Nicolas 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 Federico Borromeo e corrispondente de Galileo, Michele Camerota; Principle and method: Francesco Buonamici's version of Renaissance Aristotelianism, Hans Kraml; Non-regressive methods (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 Blackwell; Index.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel A. Di Liscia, Eckhard Kessler, Charlotte Methuen.


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