Renaissance Philosophy

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Index
All dates are CE except where marked BCE; dates for all ancient and some medieval figures are given by century in Roman numerals.
Abelard, Peter ( 1079- 1142) 20, 71, 75, 133, 196, 286
Abner of Burgos (fl. c. 1300) 172
abstraction 40, 204, 218, 222, 224, 227, 230, 252, 295, 316, 319
Abulafia, Abraham ( 1240-after 1292) 171-2
Abulfaraj, Samuel ben Nissim, see Flavius Mithridates
Academic scepticism 14-15, 18, 134, 186, 196-7, 239-43, 249, 253
academies 12, 42, 53, 56-7, 89, 118, 310
Academy, Platonic (ancient) 15-16, 134, 162, 186, 196-7, 240, 262
Academy, Platonic (Renaissance) 139, 162
Acciaiuoli, Donato ( 1429-78) 125, 138, 140, 143
accident 99, 120
Achillini, Alessandro ( 1463-1512) 61, 76, 327
action, active 47, 62, 78-9, 144, 149, 150, 167, 217, 219-22, 254, 263, 271, 273, 286, 289, 300, 311-13, 320
Adelard of Bath (XII) 5
Aenesidemus (I BCE?) 240-1
Aeschylus (VI-V BCE) 33
Agricola, Rudolf ( 1443/4-85) 93, 122, 203, 207, 227-30, 232, 234, 239, 293, 342; 351
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Cornelius ( 1486-1535) 244-5
Alberti, Leon Battista ( 1404-72) 19, 80, 337
Albertus Magnus, St (c. 1200-80) 8, 13, 20, 41, 70-1, 76, 87, 169-70, 178, 235, 287, 316
alchemy 57, 125, 136, 287, 306-7
Aldine press, see Manuzio, Aldo
Aldrovandi, Ulisse ( 1322-1605) 117
Aleander, Jerome ( 1480-1542) 186
Alemanno, Yohanan (c. 1435-c.1504) 173
Alexander VI ( 1492-1503) 283
Alexander of Aphrodisias (fl. III) 8, 13, 68, 70, 106-7, 189
Alexander the Great (IV) 189
Alfarabi ( Al-Farabi; c. 870-950) 7
Alfonso of Aragon ( 1416-58) 210
Alfonso of Cartagena ( 1384-1456) 82-4, 171
Alfred of Sarashel (XII-XIII) 6
Algazel ( al-Ghazali; 1058-1111) 7
Alkindi ( Al-Kindi; 801-73) 7
allegory 133, 142, 155-6, 297, 336
Alsted, Johann Heinrich ( 1588-1638) 58, 348-9
Ambrose, St (IV) 132
Ammonius (V-VI) 8, 13, 68, 70
ampliation 95, 100-1, 227
Anaxagoras (V BCE) 191, 202, 296, 317
Anaximander (VII-VI BCE)
ancient theology 16, 102, 125, 134, 136, 140, 142, 146-8, 167-8, 184-5, 190-1, 336-7
angels 110-11, 149-50, 157, 160, 167, 181, 321-2
animal 114, 220, 252-3, 302, 312
Anselm of Canterbury ( 1033-1109) 178
anthropogy 41, 174, 184, 255-7, 259-60
Antiochus of Ascalon (II-I BCE) 240
antipathy, see sympathy
antiquity 1, 9, 13-20, 22, 24-5, 27, 30, 32-5, 37, 46, 56, 58-9, 64-5, 69, 76, 81-3, 102-3, 127-9, 131-2, 134, 136-7, 141-2, 155-6, 159, 168, 170, 189-90, 194, 196-7, 200, 202-3, 206, 214-15, 227-8, 233-4, 241, 246, 251, 255-6, 260, 270, 281-4, 286-7, 296, 302, 311, 324, 335, 337, 339-40, 343-7, 352
Aphthonius of Antioch (IV) 228
appetite 114, 152, 313
Apuleius of Madaura (II) 132, 136
Aquinas, see Thomas Aquinas

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Renaissance Philosophy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Opus General Editors ii
  • Title Page iii
  • P. O. Kristeller v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - The Historical Context of Renaissance Philosophy 1
  • 2 - Aristotelianism 60
  • 3 - Platonism 127
  • 4 - Stoics, Sceptics, Epicureans, and Other Innovators 196
  • 5 - Nature against Authority: Breaking Away from the Classics 285
  • 6 - Renaissance Philosophy and Modern Memory 329
  • Bibliography 358
  • Index 433
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