Species intelligibilis. 1. Classical roots and medieval discussions

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BRILL, 1994 - 452 pagina's
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This study examines the history of a fundamental problem in Aristotelian cognitive psychology, i.e. the nature and function of the mechanisms that provide the human mind with data concerning physical reality. Chapter I traces the Classical and Arabic prehistory of the Medieval doctrine of intelligible species. Scholastic discussions on formal mediation in intellective cognition were constrained in essential ways by Thomas. Chapter II analyzes his views on mental representation in the context of the reception of Peripatetic psychology in the West. The following chapters (III-V) examine the controversies about the necessity of intelligible species, from Aquinas' death to the 15th century. Another volume is planned, devoted to Renaissance discussions, developments of later Scholasticism, and the elimination of the intelligible species in modern non-Aristotelian philosophy.
  

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Critical evaluation
9
Sensible and intelligible species
22
ORIGINS OF THE SPECIES INTELLIGIBILIS IN ANCIENT
28
Classical philosophy through the sieve of the Spanish
65
Intention and abstraction in Arabic philosophy
79
FROM THE SPREAD OF ARABIC AND ARISTOTELIAN
109
Abstraction and multi
139
The intelligible species as formal prin
156
Neoplatonic versions of intelligible species
244
Conclusion
253
Challenges to the intelligible
281
Ockham and new defences of the species
291
Latin Averroism John of Jandun and his first Italian
319
LATE MEDIEVAL DISCUSSIONS
352
Capreolus NorthEuropean Dominicans and the revival
360
Precursors of the School of Padua
385

GENESIS OF
175
First positive reactions to Thomas doctrine
186
First systematic attacks
202
Moderate reactions
228
The harvest of medieval speculation
395
BIBLIOGRAPHY
412
INDEX PERSON ARUM
442
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Over de auteur (1994)

Leen Spruit received his Ph.D. in philosophy (1987) from the University of Amsterdam. He was research fellow at the Universities of Amsterdam and Utrecht. His main interests are in the history of Medieval and early modern epistemology. Publications include: "Il problema della conoscenza in Giordano Bruno" (Naples 1988), which was awarded the "Prins Bernhard Fonds" prize in 1988. He currently lives in Rome.

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