Contemplation and philosophy: scholastic and mystical modes of medieval philosophical thought : a tribute to Kent Emery, Jr.

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Published in:Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters
Contributors: Pich, Roberto Hofmeister 1972- (Editor); Speer, Andreas 1957- (Editor)
Format: Print Book
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Published: Leiden Boston Brill [2018]
In:Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters
Enclosed titles:Conceptual approaches. Les notions de puissance et d' harmonie chez Porphyre  (Stephen Gersh)
La philosophie comme consideration, la contemplation et ses moyens selon Bernard de Clairvaux  (Christian Trottmann)
Contemplation and philosophy: a historical and systematic approach  (Andreas Speer)
The two "late Middle Ages"  (William J. Courtenay)
Die scotische Unterscheidung von Essenz und Energie bei Georgios Scholarios und die inneren Quellen der palamitischen Tradition  (Georgi Kapriev)
Struggling with philosophy. What a philosopher may learn from theologians: Albert the Great on the principles of movement in humans (De anima III, 9-11)  (Carlos Steel)
Dreams and divinatory dreams in Albert the Great's Liber de somno et vigilia  (Silvia Donati)
Thomas Aquinas, Roger Bacon and the magicians on the power of words  (Steven P. Marrone -- Can it be proved, following Thomas's philosophical principles, that the human soul is naturally incorruptible?)
Henry of Ghent on knowledge, remembrance, and the order of cognitive acts: the problematic legacy of Thomas Aquinas  (Bernd Goehring)
Understanding theology. The parts of Henry of Ghent's Quaestiones ordinariae (summa)  (Gordon A. Wilson)
A Thomist facing the challenge of Henry of Ghent: an edition and study of Distinction 2 from James of Metz's commentary on Book I of the Sentences  (Mikolaj Olszewski)
James of Metz's lectura on the Sentences  (Chris Schabel)
Peter Aureoli's various uses of Averroes to illustrate the sapiential character of declarative theology  (Stephen Brown)
The first known. Primum cognitum at the end of the 13th century: Raymundus Rigaldus and Duns Scotus  (Timothy B. Noone)
Esse consecutive cognitum: a fourteenth-century theory of divine ideas  (Garrett R. Smith)
Meister Eckhart's legacy. More than one Eckhart? the Parisian Eckhart and the 'Opus tripartitum': the need for a more homogeneous picture of his thought  (Jan A. Aertsen)
Eckhart and the power of the imagination  (Alessandro Palazzo)
Locutio emphatica: argumentative strategies in Meister Eckhart's German sermons  (Loris Sturlese)
Mystical theology and contemplation. The Tractatus de mistica theologia by Ioannes de Indagine, O.Cart (+1475)  (Stephen M. Metzger)
A newly discovered recension of Gerson's Annotatio doctorum aliquorum qui de contemplatione locuti sunt: evidence for Gerson's reading of De imitatione Christi?  (Daniel Hobbins)
Prospects of the Second Scholastic. Alfonso Briceno O.F.M. (1587-1668) on John Duns Scotus's metaphysical groundworks of theology: the controversies on infinity  (Roberto Hofmeister Pich)
Antonio Ruiz de Montoya's Firestone of divine love (Silex del divino amor): the spiritual journey of a Jesuit among the Guarani  (Alfredo Santiago Culleton)
Hyacinthe de Chalvet on beauty: keeping up anti-scholastic appearances  (Guy Guldentops.)
Series/Journal:Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters Band 125
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Contemplation / Mysticism / Cognition theory / Theological cognition theory / History 500-1500
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Philosophical Theology History To 1500
B Mysticism History Middle Ages, 600-1500
B Mysticism
B Mysticism Middle Ages
B To 1500
B Scholasticism
B Festschrift
B Philosophy, Medieval
B Philosophical Theology
B Emery, Kent 1944-
B History
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and indexes