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This in-depth study of Thomas Aquinas' Quaestio de attributis (In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1, a. 3) binds together the findings of previous research on the unique history of this text by reconstructing the historical circumstances surrounding its composition, shows that the Quaestio contains Aquinas' final answer to the dispute on the divine attributes, and thoroughly examines his interpretation of Maimonides' position on the issue of the knowledge of God by analysing this and other texts related to it chronologically and doctrinally. The examination of the Quaestio reveals the background of Thomas…mehr

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This in-depth study of Thomas Aquinas' Quaestio de attributis (In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1, a. 3) binds together the findings of previous research on the unique history of this text by reconstructing the historical circumstances surrounding its composition, shows that the Quaestio contains Aquinas' final answer to the dispute on the divine attributes, and thoroughly examines his interpretation of Maimonides' position on the issue of the knowledge of God by analysing this and other texts related to it chronologically and doctrinally. The examination of the Quaestio reveals the background of Thomas Aquinas' renewed interest in Maimonides' position on the issue and brings to light elements of Aquinas' interpretation that are absent from his earlier references to Maimonides. Moreover, the chronological and doctrinal connection of the Quaestio de attributis to other Thomistic works with explicit references to Maimonides enables a reconstruction of his comprehensive approach to Maimonides' teaching on the possibility and extent of the knowledge of God in the Guide of the Perplexed and highlights the place of Maimonides' philosophical teachings in Thomas' own thought in issues like "Being" as the proper name of God, the multiplicity of the divine names, the beatific vision in the afterlife, the causes that prevent the instruction of the multitude in divine matters and the role of faith and prophecy in the acquisition of the true knowledge of God in this life. The last chapter examines the reasons behind Aquinas' silencing of Maimonides' name when introducing his Five Ways for the knowledge of the existence of God, in spite of the evident relation between these and Maimonides' Four Speculations. The study is completed with an extensive appendix that includes the text of the Quaestio de attributis with an English translation and the critical edition of several chapters of the 13th Century Latin translation of the Guide of the Perplexed known as Dux neutrorum. TOC:Introduction.- 1. The Dispute of the Divine Attributes.- 2. Aquinas and Maimonides on the Divine Names.- 3. The Quaestio de Attributis and Zechariah.- 4. The Quaestio de Attributis and the Limits of Natural Knowledge.- 5. The Knowledge of the Existence of God.- Conclusions.- Appendices. Bibliography.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18.07.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402047473
  • Artikelnr.: 37345017
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction. Purpose. The Texts. Acknowledgements.
1. The Dispute on the Divine Attributes; 1.1 Chronology of In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1, a. 3; 1.2. The Reasons for the Dispute; 1.2.a. Aquinas' In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1; 1.2.b. Tarantasia's Commentary and Aquinas' Responsio de 108 articulis; 1.3. Aquinas' Revision of In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1; 1.3.a. Aquinas' In I Sent., d. 2, q. 1, a. 3 (Quaestio de attributis); 1.3.b. The Roman Commentary on the Sentences; 1.4 Maimonides' Place in the Dispute.
2. Aquinas and Maimonides on the Divine Names; 2.1 Maimonides' Position According to the Commentary on the Sentences and De Potentia; 2.1.a 'Being' as the Proper Name of God; 2.1.b The Multiplicity of the Divine Names; 2.2 Maimonides' Position According to the Quaestio de attributis; 2.2.a The Multiplicity of the Divine Names; 2.2.b 'Being' as the Proper Name of God; 2.3 Maimonides' Position According to S. Theologiae I, q. 13.
3. The Quaestio de Attributis and Zechariah 14, 9; 3.1. The Apprehension of the Divine Essence; 3.1.a Zechariah 14, 9 in the Guide of the Perplexed; 3.1.b Zechariah 14, 9 in the Works of Aquinas; 3.2 The Stages of the Intellect; 3.2.a Aquinas' Distinction 'in via / in patria'; 3.2.b Maimonides' Distinction 'In this world / In the next'.
4. The Quaestio de Attributis and the Limits of Natural Knowledge; 4.1 The Five Causes That Prevent the Instruction of the Multitude; 4.1.a The Five Causes in the Guide of the Perplexed; 4.1.b The Five Causes in Aquinas' Works; 4.2 Maimonides and Aquinas on the Role of Faith and Prophecy.
5. The Knowledge of the Existence of God; 5.1 The Philosophical Questions That Have No Answer; 5.1.a Maimonides' Guide II, 17; 5.1.b Guide II, 17 in the Works of Aquinas; 5.2 The Knowledge of the Existence of God; 5.2.a Maimonides' Methodfor Demonstrating the Existence of God; 5.2.b Aquinas' Method for Demonstrating the Existence of God; 5.2.c Maimonides' Place in Aquinas' Five Ways.
Conclusions.
Appendix I. Chronology of the Works of T. Aquinas Examined. Appendix II. Quaestio de attributis. Text with English Translation. Appendix III. Critical editions of Dux Neutrorum I, 33 (Guide I, 34). Dux Neutrorum II, 1 (Guide II, Intro.). Dux Neutrorum II, 2 (Guide II, 1). Dux neutrorum II, 17 (Guide II, 18).
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"... Ausgehend von der ... 'Quaestio de attributis' ... zeichnet Rubio ... die thomasische Rezeption der maimonidischen Attributenlehre nach. Ihre Grundprämisse ist, dass Thomas ... Mitte der 1260er Jahre ... sich erneut mit Maimonides beschäftigt hat und sich in der vorliegenden Quästio die vollendetste Form der Auseinandersetzung mit Maimonides finde, die ihrerseits in anderen Werken des Aquinaten nachhalle. Diese These stützt sie durch eine recht sorgfältige und quellennahe Analyse sowohl von Thomas aIs auch ... von Malmonides' Führer der Unschlüssigen ... Das Buch bietet ... eine solide Textanalyse ..." (Görge K. Hasselhoff, in: Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 2008, Vol. 115, Issue 1, S. 195)