Medieval philosophy / Peter Adamson.

"Peter Adamson presents a lively introduction to six hundred years of European philosophy, from the beginning of the ninth century to the end of the fourteenth century. The medieval period is one of the richest in the history of philosophy, yet one of the least widely known. Adamson introduces...

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Main Author: Adamson, Peter, 1972- (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Edition:First edition.
Series:Adamson, Peter, 1972- History of philosophy without any gaps ; v. 4.
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490 1 |a A history of philosophy without any gaps ;  |v volume 4. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 609-625) and index. 
505 0 0 |g Part I : Early Medieval Philosophy.  |t Arts of Darkness: Introduction to Medieval Philosophy --  |t Charles in Charge: Alcuin and the Carolingian Period --  |t Grace Notes: Eriugena and the Predestination Controversy --  |t Much Ado About Nothing: Eriugena's Periphyseon --  |t Philosophers Anonymous: The Roots of Scholasticism --  |t Virgin Territory: Peter Damian on Changing the Past --  |g A  |t Canterbury Tale: Anselm's Life and Works --  |t Somebody's Perfect: Anselm's Ontological Argument --  |t All or Nothing: The Problem of Universals --  |t Get Thee to a Nunnery: Heloise and Abelard --  |t It's the Thought that Counts: Abelard's Ethics --  |t Learn Everything: The Victorines --  |t Like Father, Like Son: Debates over the Trinity --  |t On the Shoulders of Giants: Philosophy at Chartres --  |g The  |t Good Book: Philosophy of Nature --  |t One of a Kind: Gilbert of Poitiers on Individuation --  |t Two Swords: Early Medieval Political Philosophy --  |t Law and Order: Gratian and Peter Lombard --  |t Leading Light: Hildegard of Bingen --  |t Rediscovery Channel: Translations into Latin --  |t Straw Men: The Rise of the Universities.  |g Part II : The Thirteenth Century.  |t No Uncertain Terms: Thirteenth Century Logic --  |t Full of Potential: Thirteenth Century Physics --  |t Stayin' Alive: Thirteenth Century Psychology --  |t It's All Good: The Transcendentals --  |t Do the Right Thing: Thirteenth Century Ethics --  |g A  |t Light That Never Goes Out: Robert Grosseteste --  |t Origin of Species: Roger Bacon --  |t Stairway to Heaven: Bonaventure --  |t Your Attention Please: Peter Olivi --  |t None for Me, Thanks: Franciscan Poverty --  |t Begin the Beguine: Hadewijch and Mechtild of Madegeburg --  |t Binding Arbitration: Robert Kilwardby --  |t Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Albert the Great's Natural Philosophy --  |g The  |t Shadow Knows: Albert the Great's Metaphysics --  |g The  |t Ox Heard Round the World: Thomas Aquinas --  |t Everybody Needs Some Body: Aquinas on Soul and Knowledge --  |t What Comes Naturally: Ethics in Albert and Aquinas --  |t What Pleases the Prince: The Rule of Law --  |t Onward Christian Soldiers: Just War Theory --  |t Paris When it Sizzles: The Condemnations --  |t Masters of the University: "Latin Averroists" --  |g The  |t Neverending Story: The Eternity of the World --  |t Let Me Count the Ways: Speculative Grammar --  |t Love, Reign Over Me: the Romance of the Rose --  |t Frequently Asked Questions: Henry of Ghent --  |t Here Comes the Son: The Trinity and the Eucharist --  |t Once and for All: Scotus on Being --  |t To Will or Not to Will: Scotus on Freedom --  |t On Command: Scotus on Ethics --  |t One in a Million: Scotus on Universals and Individuals -- 
505 8 0 |g Part III : The Fourteenth Century.  |t Time of the Signs: the Fourteenth Century --  |t After Virtue: Marguerite Porete --  |t To Hell and Back: Dante Alighieri --  |t Our Power is Real: the Clash of Church and State --  |t Render unto Caeser: Marsilius of Padua --  |t Do As You're Told: Ockham on Ethics and Political Philosophy --  |g A  |t Close Shave: Ockham's Nominalism --  |t What Do You Think? Ockham on Mental Language --  |t Keeping it Real: Responses to Ockham --  |t Back to the Future: Foreknowledge and Predestination --  |t Trivial Pursuits: Fourteenth Century Logic --  |t Quadrivial Pursuits: the Oxford Calculators --  |t Get to the Point: Fourteenth Century Physics --  |t Portrait of the Artist: John Buridan --  |t Seeing is Believing: Nicholas of Autrecourt's Skeptical Challenge --  |t On the Money: Medieval Economic Theory --  |t Down to the Ground: Meister Eckhart --  |t Men in Black: The German Dominicans --  |g A  |t Wing and a Prayer: Angels in Medieval Philosophy --  |t Alle Maner of Thyng Shall be Welle: English Mysticism --  |t Say it With Poetry: Chaucer and Langland --  |g The  |t Good Wife: Sexuality and Misogyny in the Middle Ages --  |g The  |t Most Christian Doctor: the Querelle de la rose and Jean Gerson --  |t Morning Star of the Reformation: John Wyclif --  |g The  |t Prague Spring: Scholasticism Across Europe --  |t Renaissance Men: Ramon Llull and Petrarch. 
520 |a "Peter Adamson presents a lively introduction to six hundred years of European philosophy, from the beginning of the ninth century to the end of the fourteenth century. The medieval period is one of the richest in the history of philosophy, yet one of the least widely known. Adamson introduces us to some of the greatest thinkers of the Western intellectual tradition, including Peter Abelard, Anselm of Canterbury, Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus, William of Ockham, and Roger Bacon. And the medieval period was notable for the emergence of great women thinkers, including Hildegard of Bingen, Marguerite Porete, and Julian of Norwich. Original ideas and arguments were developed in every branch of philosophy during this period - not just philosophy of religion and theology, but metaphysics, philosophy of logic and language, moral and political theory, psychology, and the foundations of mathematics and natural science."--  |c Publisher's website. 
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