Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joseph W. Koterski.|
|LC Classifications||B721 .K68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781405106771, 9781405106788|
|LC Control Number||2008018528|
By exploring the philosophical character of some of the greatest medieval thinkers, An Introduction to Medieval Philosophy provides a rich overview of philosophy in the world of Latin Christianity. Explores the deeply philosophical character of such medieval thinkers as Augustine, Boethius, Eriugena, Anselm, Aquinas, Bonaventure, Scotus, and Ockham Reviews the central4/5. Excellent introduction to Medieval Philosophy by Copleston. His 9-Volume History of Philosophy series is also highly recommended. Copleston gives a good solid introduction to major figures of the Medieval Period: Augustine (included due to his influence in Medieval Philosophy), Anslem, Bonaventure, Aquinas, Avicenna, Averroes, Ockham and others/5. When I began writing introductory philosophy books in the late s, the only introductions that were readily available were The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell, which was published in , and a book called Philosophy Made Simple – which was actually a good book, but people found the title off-putting because it sounded like it. Congratulations on a fine introduction. I wonder if it makes sense to keep Augustine out of the chronology, insofar as his thought had practically no impact on ancient philosophy as such and an enormous, often defining influence on almost all Latin theology and philosophy of .
Introduction to Medieval Philosophy John Marenbon This new introduction replaces Marenbon's best-selling editions Early Medieval Philosophy () and Later Medieval Philosophy () to present a single authoritative and comprehensive study of the period. The new book does far more than combine the two, however. The new book is the perfect introduction to medieval philosophy, and would suit someone studying philosophy who wants an introduction to philosophy of the medieval period, or a medievalist looking to learn about a wide range of medieval thinkers and their philosophical projects.5/5(4). Get this from a library! An introduction to medieval philosophy. [C F J Martin] -- "Philosophical concepts permeate Medieval history and literature but, until now, there has been no specific introduction to the philosophy of the middle ages. This accessible textbook takes the. Book Description. This new introduction replaces Marenbon's best-selling editions Early Medieval Philosophy () and Later Medieval Philosophy () 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 .
Medieval Philosophy An Introduction to Medieval Philosophy Mark Daniels introduces a whole millenium of ideas.. Let us start by considering three points. First, medieval philosophy came from a period when philosophy was under attack: the proponents of religious faith felt that the claims of the philosophers concerning the superiority of reason were false and this led to medieval . For many of us, the term 'medieval philosophy' conjures up the figure of Thomas Aquinas, and is closely intertwined with religion. In this Very Short Introduction John Marenbon shows how medieval philosophy had a far broader reach than the thirteenth and fourteenth-century universities of Christian Europe, and is instead one of the most exciting and diversified Brand: OUP Oxford. Medieval philosophy is one of the most exciting and diversified periods in the history of thought. Introducing the coexisting strands of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish philosophy, Medieval Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction shows how these traditions all go back to the Platonic schools of late antiquity and explains the complex ways in which they are : John Marenbon. Medieval philosophy is the philosophy that existed through the Middle Ages, the period roughly extending from the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century to the Renaissance in the 15th century. Medieval philosophy, understood as a project of independent philosophical inquiry, began in Baghdad, in the middle of the 8th century, and in France, in the itinerant court of .