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Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) is famous for being a heretic and for endorsing the Copernican system of the planets. This book identifies his place in the Aristotelian tradition. Occasionally, Bruno taught Aristotle at universities, and great part of his philosophy is engaging in interpreting and correcting Aristotle. In discussing the history of philosophical theories Bruno showed that the thorough study of the history of philosophy generates philosophy. Paul Richard Blum is T.J. Higgins, S.J., Chair in Philosophy at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, USA. He studied philosophy in Germany…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) is famous for being a heretic and for endorsing the Copernican system of the planets. This book identifies his place in the Aristotelian tradition. Occasionally, Bruno taught Aristotle at universities, and great part of his philosophy is engaging in interpreting and correcting Aristotle. In discussing the history of philosophical theories Bruno showed that the thorough study of the history of philosophy generates philosophy. Paul Richard Blum is T.J. Higgins, S.J., Chair in Philosophy at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, USA. He studied philosophy in Germany and Italy and taught in Germany, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Besides Renaissance philosophy he specializes in early modern scholasticism.
  • Produktdetails
  • Studia Classica et Mediaevalia .12
  • Verlag: Bautz
  • Seitenzahl: 296
  • Erscheinungstermin: 2. Mai 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 231mm x 159mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 530g
  • ISBN-13: 9783959481243
  • ISBN-10: 3959481241
  • Artikelnr.: 44969168
Inhaltsangabe
Table of Contents

Preface to the English Edition

Foreword to the German Edition

Introduction

a. Topic and task
b. Bruno's teachings on Aristotle
c. Overview of the order of presentation
d. Preliminaries to Bruno's method of reception

I. Logic

1. Aristotle's Topics
2. Transcendental Logic
3. Ars Lulliana and Ars Memoriae
4. Syllogisms and Categories
5. Ens Rationis and Ens Reale

II. Cosmology

6. Location and Space
7. Abstraction and Extrapolation
8. Multitude of Worlds
9. The Infinite
10. Distinctions of the Infinite
11. Natural and Relative Location
12. The Infinite by Division
13. The Minimum
14. Time and the Atom of Time

III. Principles of Nature

15. Teleology and Reason in Nature
16. The Concept of Nature in Bruno's Philosophy
17. Matter as Substratum of Forms
18. The Mode of Being of Matter: Substratum, Substance, Subject
19. The Principles Matter and Form
20. Matter in the Dialectic Oneness of Being
21. The Natural Principles in the Context of the Method of Reception

IV. Unity and Multiplicity

22. Unity as Substance
23. The Unmoved Mover
24. Physical and Metaphysical Motion
25. Immanence and Transcendence in the Unity of God and Nature
26. Absolute Immanence
27. Verification
28. Thought as Motion
29. Outcome and Conclusion

Abbreviations

Bibliography

Index of Names