Hervaeus Natalis O.P. De quattuor materiis sive

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AC Crombie is a leading member of the continuity school, tracing the experimental method back to Robert Grosseteste and Roger Bacon. And Aristotle was an important teacher of Alexander the Great who conquered the Western world. Because of this subordinate position of philosophy, Christian Thinkers focused much more on the forms of Greek thought than on its content. Stoic philosophy is centered on a metaphysical principle that had been already developed, among others, by Heraclitus: that reality is governed by logos and that what happens is necessary.

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Publisher: Brepols Publishers (December 29, 2011)

ISBN: 2503542883

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