Aristotle in the West : The Origins of Latin Aristotelianism


VAN STEENBERGHEN, Fernand. Aristotle in the West : The Origins of Latin Aristotelianism. Translated by Leonard Johnston. Louvain: Nauwelaerts Publishing House, 1970. Second Edition. Pp. (4),[3]-244,(2). 8vo, green cloth with white lettering to spine. Contents: 1. The Greek and Arabian Syntheses; 2. The State of Philosophy in the Twelfth Century; 3. The Philosophical Movement in the Thirteenth Century: State of the Question; 4. The Introduction ofAristotelianism into Paris (1200-1230): i. The New Literature at the Turn of the Century, ii. The Ban on Aristotle: the First Prohibitions, iii. A University on Strike; 5. The Growth of Aristotelianism at Paris (1230-1250): i. New Wave of Translations, ii. The Teaching of Philosophy at Paris about 1240, iii. The Philosophical Literature, iv. The Theological Literature, v.Eclectic Aristotelianism; 6. Aristotelianism at Oxford (1200-1275): i. The Work of Robert Grosseteste, ii. The Contemporaries of Robert Grosseteste, iii. Eclectic Aristotelianism; 7. The Development of Latin Aristotelianism (1250-1265): i. St. Bonaventure and Aristotelianism, ii. The Arts Faculty at Paris, iii. The Work of Albert the Great, iv. Thomas Aquinas at Paris (1252-1259); 8. Heterodox Aristotelianism (1265-1277): i. The Origins of the trend, ii. The Career of Siger of Brabant, iii. Siger's Writings, iv. Siger's Doctrine, v. Siger's Historical Role; 9. The Great Crisis (1277): i. The Rise of the Schools, ii. Doctrinal Conflicts, iii. The Condemnation of March 7th, 1277. Very good in nicked, spotted dust jacket. 30.00

Title: Aristotle in the West : The Origins of Latin Aristotelianism

Author Name: VAN STEENBERGHEN, Fernand ARISTOTLE JOHNSTON, Leonard, trans. SIGER

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Publisher: Nauwelaerts Publishing House, Louvain, 1970,:

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Keywords: PHILOSOPHY CLASSICAL STUDIES CLASTU CLASSICS GREEK GREECE HISTORY ARISTOTELIANISM MEDIEVAL SCHOLARLY,