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In Medias PHIL « News And Notes For The Medieval

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  • The cfp deadline is October 30th, 2021
  • In addition to the big SMRP conference in early October, Notre Dame is hosting a conference next May 20-22, 2022 on medieval philosophy and theology
  • One way to get onto the program is to submit an abstract to the SMRP, before the end of November, 2021

OUP’s Prestige Monopoly « In Medias PHIL

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  • In reading through the 2020 volume of The Philosophical Review, I noticed a funny thing: every book they reviewed was published by Oxford University Press
  • Well, not every book but, to be exact, 23 out of 25
  • That’s not how I remember things being back when I was a student, so I went back and looked.

If You Think Free Will Has Always Been A Given, Think

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  • He is the founding director of the Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization and publishes a blog on medieval philosophy called In medias PHIL
  • Pasnau has taught in the Department of Philosophy since 1999

Medieval Philosophy Books 2012

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  • Attempting a complete round-up of new medieval philosophy books here has become unnecessary due to the wonderful work of Robert Pasnau at his new medieval philosophy blog 'In medias PHIL'
  • He has made three lists of recent publications:

Susan C. Brower-Toland

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  • History of Philosophy (without any gaps) Philpapers
  • Medieval Philosophy and Theology

Pasnau's Homepage

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  • Department of Philosophy University of Colorado 232 UCB Boulder, CO 80309-0232
  • Email: [email protected] Office: Hellems 276 Fall 2021 Office Hours: MW 1 …

Jacob Tuttle's Academic Website

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  • Original design by NodeThirtyThree Design
  • Woodcuts from Medieval Woodcuts Clipart Collection.Medieval Woodcuts

Edward Feser: Truth As A Transcendental

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  • Last June, I presented a talk on the topic “Truth as a Transcendental” at the Aquinas Philosophy Workshop on the theme Aquinas on Knowledge, Truth, and Wisdom in Greenville, South Carolina
  • You can now listen to the talk at the Thomistic Institute’s Soundcloud page
  • (What you see above is the chart on the transcendentals referred to in the talk.)

The Smithy: The Fall Of Thomism

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A mediaevalist trying to be a philosopher and a philosopher trying to be a mediaevalist write about theology, philosophy, scholarship, books, the middle ages, and especially the life, times, and thought of the Doctor Subtilis, the Blessed John Duns Scotus.

Edward Feser: Can You Explain Something By Appealing To A

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  • Keith Parsons and I have been having a very cordial and fruitful exchange
  • He has now posted a response to my most recent post, on the topic of “brute facts” and explanation.You can read his response here, and find links to the other posts in our exchange here.Since by the rules of our exchange Keith has the last word, I’ll let things stand as they are for now and let the reader

Horseless Telegraph: Smith On Sympathy For The Deceased

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  • This post, however, is going to focus on Smith's discussion of cases that I'm labeling "imagination-reality mis-match"
  • Immediately after defending the indirectness of sympathy (by appeal to sympathetic anger), Smith introduces a range of cases that he takes to be fodder for his view (TMS 1.1.1.10): Sympathy, therefore, does not arise so much

SIEPM Medieval Philosophy Online

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  • In Medias PHIL: news and notes for the medieval philosophy community, by Robert Pasnau
  • Studies in Medieval and Reformation Theology: blog by John Slotemaker
  • Pecia: blog sur les manuscrits médiévaux
  • Speculum Stultorum: Notes on medieval philosophy, by "Brunellus" (inactive since 2012, unfortunately).

Paul Of Venice Medieval Logic & Semantics

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  • Posted on November 17, 2016 by Sara L
  • The St Andrews medieval logic reading group has been working its way through Part II Fascicule 6 of the Logica Magna, which is on the truth and falsity of propositions

Home: Logicalia Medievalia

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  • Robert Pasnau’s "In medias PHIL" includes relevant news, and several recordings of the Medieval Virtual Colloquium; see, for instance, Irène Rosier-Catach’s talk on "The 'linguistic turn' of medieval logic in the early 12th century".; Recordings of Alain de Libera's lectures at Collège de France are available online.; The section Che cos'è…?

Richard The Sophister Medieval Logic & Semantics

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  • There is a lot of very interesting medieval work on epistemic modalities, usually found in treatises De scire et dubitare, and whenever I present on this material at conferences, contemporary logicians always want to know whether they considered iterated modalities

Scholar Of Medieval Philosophy Honored For Teaching

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  • Pasnau is the founding director of the Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization and publishes a blog on medieval philosophy called In medias PHIL
  • He recently answered three questions from the Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine recently, and his responses follow:

Horseless Telegraph: Actions: Intentional Under Some

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  • Here is a reason to think that if my φing = my ψing, it is not possible that one was intentional and the other not: 1) If my φing = my ψing, then for any property P, if my φing has property P, so does my ψing
  • 2) Suppose that my φing was intentional but my ψing was not
  • 3) Then, there is a property P (namely: being intentional) such

ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΑ

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  • News and notes for the medieval philosophy community Fall 2021 News - The deadline for applying for the SIEPM One-to-One Stipend is September 30th, 2021.

Richard Taylor Marquette University

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  • The Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophymore
  • by Luis Xavier López-Farjeat and Richard Taylor
  • This valuable reference work synthesizes and elucidates traditional themes and issues in Islamic philosophy as well as prominent topics emerging from the last twenty years of scholarship.

Gloria Frost University Of St. Thomas, Minnesota

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  • Thomas, Minnesota, Philosophy Department, Faculty Member
  • Studies Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy, and Thomas Aquinas
  • I am a professor of philosophy at the University of St
  • My areas of research are medieval

2017 – SMRP

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  • Originally posted on In medias PHIL: I don’t usually post information about medieval jobs that are advertised at philjobs.org, but Jeff Brower asked me to call attention to the very attractive three-year postdoc that Purdue University is advertising, specifically in medieval philosophy! The application deadline is the end of December

Piluky: Amalrico De Bène: Herejía Y Condenas De 1210

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  • Amalrico de Bène: herejía y condenas de 1210
  • El día 20 de noviembre de 1210, cerca de París, diez miembros de los amalricenses fueron quemados en la estaca
  • Para la "ocasión", además, se desenterró el cadáver de Amalrico de Bène, quien enseñó en la Universidad de París y había muerto alrededor de 1207

Insolubilia: Porod Císařským řezem Ve Středověkých Čechách

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  • Vyznění článků bylo bombastické: císařský řez – porodní metoda, kterou lze v problematických případech zvýšit pravděpodobnost přežití dítěte i matky a která byla až do 19
  • velmi problematická (úmrtnost matek až 90%) – byl údajně proveden již ve středověkých Čechách
  • Česká televize mluví o českém

Comparing Digital Apples And Oranges: A Comparative

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End-User Experience •Online version does not maintain standards of typesetting and formatting found in print “strange margins” “distracting watermarks” “ugliest possible mixture of fonts” •Inaccurate or missing pagination •Citations changed from footnotes in print to endnotes in eBook •Chapter level abstracts and keywords “superfluous material has been added in front of

A Companion To John Of Salisbury, Ed. By C. Grellard & F

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  • A Companion to John of Salisbury Edited by Christophe Grellard and Frédérique Lachaud The Companion to John of Salisbury is the first collective study of this major figure in the intellectual and political life of 12th-century Europe to appear for thirty years
  • Based on the latest research, thirteen contributions by leading experts in the field provide an […]

The Smithy: More On Descartes' Relation To The Scholastics

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  • David Clemenson, Descartes' Theory of Ideas, Continuum 2007, p
  • 5: The philosophy of cognition contained in these texts [Descartes' Jesuit textbooks at La Fleche] is mainstream Scholasticism, but it is not the Thomism of the great Dominican commentators Cajetan and Poinsot (John of St

I Don’t Know What I Think Or Feel. On Psychological

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  • I don’t know what I think or feel. On psychological indeterminacy
  • Somewhere in his Metaphysics, Aristotle says that, if you don’t think something determinate, you think nothing at all
  • I guess this assumption did catch on, because among philosophers of mind it’s still common to say that beliefs and desires are individuated by their content.

Brave Questions. A Response To Sara Uckelman – Handling Ideas

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  • As Sara Uckelman points out, it involves bravely embracing “your ignorance and confusion”
  • Moreover, questions are almost a textual genre unto themselves
  • (See Eric Schliesser’s advice on how to develop more elaborate questions.) Therefore, I think it’s worthwhile to acually practise asking questions.

D. Calma (éd.), Neoplatonism In The Middle Ages. New

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  • Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages
  • New Commentaries on ‘Liber de Causis’ and ‘Elementatio Theologica’ D
  • Calma (ed.) 2 vol., 983 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2016 The fortune of the Greek-Arabic neoplatonism in the Middle Ages and Renaissance One of the most important texts in the history of medieval philosophy, the Book of Causes was […]

Medieval Thought Experiments Poetry Hypothesis And

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'2018 books in medias phil may 18th, 2020 - philip knox j morton d reeve eds medieval thought experiments poetry hypothesis and experience in the european middle ages brepols mary l hirschfeld aquinas and the market toward a humane economy harvard richard campbell rethinking anselm s arguments a vindication of his proof of the existence of god

Piluky: Sobre Mí

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  • Me licencié en Filosofía en la Universidad de Murcia
  • Tras esto, realicé un Máster en Pensamiento Contemporáneo y, por distintos avatares del destino, acabé inmersa en el mundo de la Filosofía Medieval
  • Ahora mismo acabo de defender mi tesis doctoral que, en mi caso, está relacionada especialmente con los cambios que se

Insolubilia: 02/01/2018

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  • In medias PHIL (Robert Pasnau) Fall 2021 News před 2 týdny Medieval Logic & Semantics
  • Women in Medieval Philosophy conference announcement před 3 měsíci Poznámky pod čarou 2012 (Daniel D
  • Novotný) Horton (7) Tváří v tvář příští pandemii před 1 rokem Henry of Ghent (Scott Williams)

Michael Chase Centre National De La Recherche

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  • Michael Chase, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique / French National Centre for Scientific Research, Centre Jean Pépin, Faculty Member
  • Studies Islamic Philosophy, Philosophy of Physics, and Aristotle's Commentators

Centre Pierre Abélard – Carnet Du Centre Pierre Abélard

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  • Le Centre Pierre Abélard fait partie de l’Équipe d’Accueil « Métaphysique : Histoires, Transformations, Actualité » (EA 3552 – dir
  • Vincent Carraud) et de l’École Doctorale V « Concepts et Langages »
  • Le Centre Pierre Abélard est dirigé par un Conseil scientifique, dont les membres actuels sont : Pasquale Porro, Professeur d

ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΑ: Karl Marx

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  • News and notes for the medieval philosophy community Fall 2021 News - The deadline for applying for the SIEPM One-to-One Stipend is September 30th, 2021.

Edward Feser

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  • Centre for Thomistic Studies (Australia) Classical Theism, Philosophy, and Religion Forum Coalition for Thomism In medias PHIL Institute for the Study of Nature Ite ad Thomam Leo Elders Home Page Maritain Center online archive of Thomistic and NeoScholastic works Mortimer J
  • Adler Archive Reginald GarrigouLagrange, Reality: A Synthesis of

Crédits – Centre Pierre Abélard

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  • – Rédacteur en chef : Pasquale Porro – Équipe de rédaction : Sophie Serra, Pasquale Porro, Jacob Schmutz – Design et hébergement : Thème « Hueman Hypotheses » (propulsé par WordPress v
  • 4.5.2), adapté par Sophie Serra Ce carnet

Ritratto Di Dante – Medium Aevum

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  • Dante Alighieri – Medium Aevum ha detto: 18 marzo 2021 alle 21:43
  • […] Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375) fu uno tra i primi e più importanti estimatori di Dante Alighieri, al punto di ricevere l’incarico dal Comune di Firenze di tenere, nel 1373, alcune letture pubbliche della Commedia.

Ordini Militari – Medium Aevum

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  • Il primo di questi due canti è in onore di S
  • Francesco e in rampogna dell’ ordine dei domenicani, che, salvo poche eccezioni, non ha tenuto fede all’insegnamento del fondatore; il secondo, con perfetto chiasmo, è in onore d S
  • Domenico e in critica dell’ ordine francescano, anch’esso in gran parte

Philadelphia Union Eyes Second Place In Visit From

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  • 5 hours ago · The Union can take over second place in the Eastern Conference with a win tonight at Subaru Park
  • It may be Kid’s Night tonight at Subaru Park but the Philadelphia Union won’t be kidding around when the whistle blows to start the game against Nashville SC tonight
  • Arguably the biggest of the last four remaining matches of the regular season

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