Selections from Medieval Philosophers - Vol. 1

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ELECTIONS FROM MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHERS
I AUGUSTINE TO ALBERT THE GREAT

EDITED AND TRANSLATED, WITH INTRODUCTORY NOTES BY RICHARD MCKEON ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

NEW YORK CHICAGO BOSTON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION ix
  • ST. AUGUSTINE (354-430) 3
  • Chapter II 14
  • Chapter IV 17
  • Chapter V 23
  • Chapter VI 24
  • Chapter VII 27
  • Chapter VIII 29
  • Chapter IX 34
  • Chapter XI - Wisdom and number are the same, or else exist one from the other or one in the other. 43
  • Chapter XII - There is a single and immutable truth in all understand­ ings and it is superior to our mind. 46
  • Chapter XIII 49
  • Chapter XIV 54
  • Chapter XVI 56
  • Chapter XVII 62
  • ANICIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS BOETHIUS (480-525) 65
  • JOHN SCOTUS ERIUGENA ( 800 / 815-877? ) 100
  • SAINT ANSELM (1033-1109) 142
  • PROLOGUE 150
  • Chapter V 157
  • Chapter VII 160
  • Chapter VIII 163
  • Chapter IX 164
  • Chapter X 170
  • Chapter XII - On the definition of justice 173
  • Chapter XIII - That truth is one in all true things. 180
  • PETER LOMBARD (c. 1100-1160/64) 185
  • Chapter III 193
  • PETER ABAILARD (1079-1142) 202
  • ROBERT GROSSETESTE (circa 1175-1253) 259
  • THE SUMMA PHILOSOPHIAE 288
  • Chapter III 292
  • Chapter V 293
  • Chapter VI 294
  • Chapter VII 296
  • Chapter VIII 297
  • Chapter IX 298
  • Chapter X 299
  • Chapter I 302
  • Chapter II 304
  • Chapter IV 306
  • Chaptfr V. 307
  • Chapter VI 308
  • Chapter VII 309
  • Chapter VIII 313
  • ALBERT THE GREAT (1193/1206-1280) 315
  • CHAPTER I. 326
  • Chapter IV 334
  • Chapter V 339
  • Chapter VI 344
  • Chapter VIII 347
  • Chapter I 353
  • Chapter II 357
  • Chapter IV 360
  • Chapter I 368
  • Chapter III 370
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