Paul: Logica Magna Pt 1 Fasc.7 (Classical and Medieval Logic

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For there is no other name under heaven given to man, whereby he must be saved." a. The well-being of the soul is achieved through assent to true beliefs, such as the existence and incorporeality of God, which are true in themselves. Romero Carrasquillo, Francisco J., “An abstractionist correction of Avicenna’s theory of intentionality in the early Averroes,” Acta Philosophica, 20.2 (2011): 405-20. Saatchian, Firouzeh, “Shams al-Dîn Muhammad Khafrî—The Famous Philosopher and Astronomer of the School of Shiraz,” transl. by Yanis Eshots, Ishraq, 5 (2014): 86-96.

Pages: 234

Publisher: British Academy (December 17, 1981)

ISBN: 0197260039

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An unencumbered life is the godliest.'.... When...offered a piece of real estate as a present, he turned it down with the remark that one doesn't need a whole oxhide to make a pair of sandals.... What others might call hardship, Socrates considered prudent hardening."(p. 18) "He was incredibly free of the acquisitive fever that agitates mankind," writes Durant. "He commented, "How many things there are that I do not want! --and felt himself rich in his poverty... Aristotle in Britain during the Middle Ages (Rencontres De Philosophie Medievale). Third, under the old system, God was seen as an active force in the daily functioning of the universe, and the ultimate source of all motion. Under the new system, though, the physical universe is potentially self-sustaining Mediaeval Studies 72 (2010). Older men provoked quarrels among the youth, to test their fortitude and bravery Prophecy: The History of an Idea in Medieval Jewish Philosophy (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Philosophy). For Boethius was well educated, and was one of the increasingly rare people in the West who knew Greek well, not just the language but the intellectual culture. He came up with the lofty goal to translate Plato and Aristotle into Latin, write commentaries on the whole of that material, and then write another work to show that Plato and Aristotle essentially said the same thing: If the more powerful favor of divinity grants it to me, this is [my] firm purpose: Although those people were very great talents whose labor and study translated into the Latin tongue much of what we are now treating, nevertheless they did not bring it into any kind of order or shape or in its arrangement to the level of the [scholarly] disciplines. [Hence I propose] that I turn all of Aristotle's work—[or] whatever [of it] comes into my hands—into the Latin style and write commentaries in the Latin language on all of it, so that if anything of the subtlety of the logical art was written down by Aristotle, of the weightiness of moral knowledge, of the cleverness of the truth of physical matters, I will translate it and even illuminate it with a kind of “light” of commentary. [Then,] translating all of Plato's dialogues or even commenting [on them], I will bring them into Latin form The City of the Sun: A Poetical Dialogue between a Grandmaster of the Knights Hospitallers and a Genoese Sea-Captain (Top 100 Historical Books).

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