中世哲学入門<br>Medieval Philosophy : An Historical and Philosophical Introduction (1ST)

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Medieval Philosophy : An Historical and Philosophical Introduction (1ST)

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基本説明

Completely revised and updated to include the scholarship of last twenty years.

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This new introduction replaces Marenbon's best-selling editions Early Medieval Philosophy (1983) and Later Medieval Philosophy (1987) to present a single authoritative and comprehensive study of the period. It gives a lucid and engaging account of the history of philosophy in the Middle Ages, discussing the main writers and ideas, the social and intellectual contexts, and the important concepts used in medieval philosophy. Medieval Philosophy gives a chronological account which:treats all four main traditions of philosophy that stem from the Greek heritage of late antiquity: Greek Christian philosophy, Latin philosophy, Arabic philosophy and Jewish philosophy provides a series of 'study' sections for close attention to arguments and shorter 'interludes' that point to the wider questions of the intellectual context combines philosophical analysis with historical background includes a helpful detailed guide to further reading and an extensive bibliography All students of medieval philosophy, medieval history, theology or religion will find this necessary reading.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Methods of reference xi
Abbreviations xiii
1 Introduction 1 (5)
2 The ancient traditions in medieval 6 (28)
philosophy
1 What was ancient philosophy? 6 (1)
2 Some Aristotelian themes 7 (6)
3 Plato, and the Hellenistic Schools 13 (3)
4 Plotinus's Neoplatonism 16 (4)
5 Porphyry and Aristotelian logic 20 (2)
6 Iamblichus and Proclus 22 (3)
7 Old and new religions 25 (3)
8 Translations, Latin philosophy and the 28 (1)
Latin Fathers
9 Augustine 29 (5)
3 Old traditions and new beginnings 34 (51)
1 Boethius and the logical curriculum at 35 (11)
the end of antiquity
Study A: The problem of prescience in 42 (4)
Boethius's 'Consolation'
2 Monks and encyclopaedists: the Latin West 46 (4)
from 525-780
Interlude i: Philosophy and a 48 (2)
manuscript culture
3 The last pagan philosophers, and their 50 (6)
Christian pupils
Study B: Eternity and the universe: 53 (3)
Augustine, Boethius and Philoponus
4 The East, from Justinian to the Umayyads 56 (6)
5 The varieties of philosophy under the 62 (8)
'Abb龝ids
6 Alcuin and philosophy at the court of 70 (3)
Charlemagne
7 John Scottus Eriugena and the ninth 73 (9)
century
Study C: Gottschalk, Eriugena and his 78 (4)
contemporaries on predestination and
salvation
8 Commentary traditions: Byzantium and the 82 (3)
Latin West
Interlude ii: Priscianus ad regem Osdroe 83 (2)
4 Traditions apart 85 (46)
1 The beginnings of medieval Jewish 85 (3)
philosophy
2 The k稷im tradition 88 (3)
Interlude iii: Arabic free-thinkers? 90 (1)
3 F穩稈i 91 (9)
4 Ismailis and Neoplatonists 100 (3)
5 Avicenna 103 (11)
6 Ancient philosophy, logic and metaphysics 114 (5)
in the eleventh-century Latin West
7 Anselm 119 (10)
Study D: Anselm's 'ontological' argument 124 (5)
8 Psellos, Italos, and the twelfth-century 129 (2)
Byzantine Aristotelians
5 Latin philosophy in the twelfth century 131 (41)
1 Logic and grammar at the turn of the 132 (3)
twelfth century
2 Peter Abelard 135 (13)
Study E: Abelard on universals 139 (5)
Interlude iv: Abelard, the Philosophus 144 (1)
and the ancient philosophers
Study F: Abelard and early medieval 145 (3)
ethics
3 The schools, Platonism and William of 148 (4)
Conches
4 Gilbert of Poitiers 152 (8)
Study G: Abelard and Gilbert on 156 (4)
possibility
5 The beginnings of Latin scholastic 160 (1)
theology
6 The Platonisms of the later twelfth 161 (3)
century
Interlude v: Platonism and poetry 163 (1)
7 The Parisian schools of the later twelfth 164 (5)
century
8 Beyond Paris: the scientists and the 169 (2)
translators
9 The variety and distinctiveness of 171 (1)
twelfth-century Latin philosophy
6 Philosophy in twelfth-century Islam 172 (33)
1 Islamic theology and Avicenna 172 (6)
Interlude vi: Suhrawardi  theosophist 177 (1)
or philosopher?
2 Philosophy in al-Andalus 178 (4)
3 Averroes 182 (10)
Interlude vii: Marriage in the Republic 191 (1)
4 Maimonides and Jewish Aristotelianism 192 (13)
7 Philosophy in Paris and Oxford, 1200-77 205 (66)
1 Paris and Oxford universities: the 206 (12)
translations, the curriculum and the forms
of philosophical writing
Interlude viii: Pseudepigrapha and the 214 (4)
medieval Aristotle
2 Grammar and logic 218 (6)
3 Arts Masters and theologians: 1200-50 224 (6)
4 Theology in Paris: Bonaventure and Albert 230 (6)
the Great
5 Thomas Aquinas 236 (18)
Interlude ix: Aquinas and the 245 (2)
historiography of medieval philosophy
Study H: The five ways 247 (4)
Study I: Aquinas on eternity and 251 (3)
prescience
6 Latin Averroism: the Paris Arts Faculty 254 (12)
in the 1260's and 1270's
Study J: The eternity of the world: 258 (4)
Bonaventure, Aquinas and Boethius of
Dacia
Study K: The potential intellect, 262 (4)
Aquinas, Averroes and Siger of Brabant
7 The 1277 condemnations and their 266 (5)
significance
8 Philosophy in the universities, 1280-1400 271 (58)
1 The Albertine tradition 272 (3)
2 Henry of Ghent, Godfrey of Fontaines 275 (5)
and Peter John Olivi
3 Duns Scotus 280 (13)
Interlude x: Scotus, the King of France 287 (3)
and the Jews
Study L: Scotus on possibility 290 (3)
4 Between Scotus and Ockham 293 (3)
5 William of Ockham 296 (12)
Study M: Ockham and the problem of 305 (3)
prescience
6 The Paris Arts Faculty and 308 (3)
fourteenth-century Averroism
7 Oxford and Paris theology after Ockham 311 (8)
Interlude xi: Holcot and the 314 (5)
philosophers
8 Logica modernorum 319 (3)
9 John Buridan 322 (3)
10 The late fourteenth century 325 (4)
Interlude xii: How far can you go? 327 (2)
Biagio Pelacani di Parma
9 Philosophy outside the universities, 329 (20)
1200-1400
1 Outside the universities: philosophy, 330 (5)
courts and the vernacular in the Latin West
2 Byzantine philosophy 335 (3)
3 Philosophy in Islam 338 (1)
4 Jewish philosophy 339 (10)
10 Not an epilogue: 'medieval' philosophy, 349 (4)
1400-1700
Guide to further reading and material 353 (32)
Bibliography 385 (52)
Index 437