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A Brief History of Medieval Philosophy II

A Brief History of Medieval Philosophy II

Seventh Lesson: Saint Bonaventure

Eighth Lesson: Saint Thomas Aquinas

Ninth Lesson: Radical Aristotelianism

Tenth Lesson: The Turning Point of 1277 and the Movement of Doctrine in the Late 13th century

Eleventh Lesson: John Duns Scotus

Twelfth Lesson: Doctrinal Life in the Order of Preachers in the 14 th Century

Thirteenth Lesson: William of Ockham and the Movement of Doctrine at the End of the Middle Ages

 

ECTS Credits: 3
Professor: Fr Serge-Thomas Bonino OP

Table of Contents

Seventh Lesson: Saint Bonaventure

A. The Mind’s Route to God

B. Philosophy and Christian Wisdom

Eighth Lesson: Saint Thomas Aquinas

A. Nature and Grace

B. Faith and Reason According to the Summa contra Gentiles

Ninth Lesson: Radical Aristotelianism

Tenth Lesson: The Turning Point of 1277 and the Movement of Doctrine in the Late 13th century

A. Consequences of the Condemnation of 1277

1. The Theological Critique of Philosophy
2. Skepticism
3. The Independence of Philosophy
4. The Final Consequence of the Divorce: Theology Must Find New Instruments

B. The Doctrinal Traditions at the End of the 13th Century

Eleventh Lesson: John Duns Scotus

A. Philosophy and Theology

1. The First Argument
2. The Second Argument
3. The Third Argument

B. Metaphysics as Ontology

1. Primo
2. Secundo

C. The Interpretation of the Decalogue

Twelfth Lesson: Doctrinal Life in the Order of Preachers in the 14 th Century

A. The Vicissitudes of Thomism

B. Meister Eckhart and Rhenish Mysticism

Thirteenth Lesson: William of Ockham and the Movement of Doctrine at the End of the Middle Ages

A. William of Ockham

B. The Movement of Doctrine at the End of the Middle Ages