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Studies in the history of philosophy and religion. Edited by Isadore Twersky and George H. Williams.


Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1973-77.
ISBN 9780674847651, 0674847652

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Subjects Philosophie -- Collections.
Philosophy.
Religion -- Collections.
Religion.
Description 2 volumes 23 cm
Copyright Date 1973-77.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents V. 1. The Plurality of Immovable Movers in Aristotle, Averroes, and St. Thomas -- The Problem of the Souls of the Spheres, from the Byzantine Commentaries on Aristotle through the Arabs and St. Thomas to Kepler -- Philo Judaeus -- Greek Philosophy in Philo and the Church Fathers -- The Knowability and Describability of God in Plato and Aristotle -- Albinus and Plotinus on Divine Attributes -- Negative Attributes in the Church Fathers and the Gnostic Basilides -- Avicenna, Algazali, and Averroes on Divine Attributes -- Plato's Pre-existent Matter in Patristic Philosophy -- Patristic Arguments Against the Enternity of the World -- The Identification of Ex Nihilo with Emanation in Gregory of Nyssa -- The Meaning of Ex Nihilo in the Church Fathers, Arabic and Hebrew Philosophy, and St. Thomas -- The Meaning of Ex Nihilo in Isaac Israeli -- The Platonic, Aristotelian adn Stoic Theories of Creation in Hallevi and Maimonides -- The Internal Senses in Latin, Arabic, and Hebrew Philosophic Texts -- Isaac Israeli on the Internal Senses -- Notes on Isacc Israeli's Internal Senses -- Maimonides on the Internal Senses -- The Twice-Revealed Averroes -- Averroes' Lost Treatise on the Prime Mover -- Plan for the Publication of a Corpus Commentariorum Averrois in Aristotelem -- The Amphibolous Terms in Aristotle, Arabic Philosophy and Maimonides -- The Terms Tasawwur and Tasdiq in Arabic Philosophy and Their Greek, Latin and Hebrew Equivalents -- The Classification of Sciences in Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy -- Note on Maimonides' Classification of the Sciences -- Notes on Proofs of the Existence of God in Jewish Philosophy -- The Double Faith Theory in Saadia, Averroes and St. Thomas.
V. 2. Hallevi and Maimonides on Design, Chance and Necessity -- Hallevi and Maimonides on Prophecy -- Maimonides and Hallevi: A Study in Typical Jewish Attitudes towards Greek Philosophy in the Middle Ages -- The Aristotelian Predicables and Maimonides' Division of Attributes -- Maimonides on Negative Attributes -- Maimonides and Gersonides on Divine Attributes as Ambiguous Terms -- Crescas on the Problem of Divine Attributes -- The Kalam Problem of Nonexistence and Saadia's Second Theory of Creation -- Atomism in Saadia -- Arabic and Hebrew Terms for Matter and Element with Especial Reference to Saadia -- Saadia on the Trinity and Incarnation -- Juda Hallevi on Causality and Miracles -- Maimonides on the Unity and Incorporeality of God -- Studies in Crescas -- Isaac Ibn Shem-Tob's Unknown Commentaries on the Physics and His Other Unknown Works -- The Problem of the Origin of Matter in Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy and Its Analogy to the Modern Problem of the Origin of Life -- St. Thomas on Divine Attributes -- Answers to Criticims of My Discussion of Patristic Philosophy -- Answers to Criticisms of My Discussions of the Ineffability of God -- Infinite and Privative Judgments in Aristotle, Averroes, and Kant -- Goichon's Three Books on Avicenna's Philosophy -- Synedrion in Greek Jewish Literature and Philo -- Two Comments Regarding the Plurality of Worlds in Jewish Sources -- Colcodea -- Some Guiding Principles in Determining Spinoza's Mediaeval Sources -- Spinoza's Mechanism, Attributes, and Panpsychism -- Towards an Accurate Understanding of Spinoza -- Solomon Pappenheim on Time and Space and His Relation to Locke and Kant -- Appendix. Emanation and Creation Ex Nihilo in Crescas (in Hebrew) ; Testimony of Clement of Alexandria Concerning an Unknown Custom in the Yom Kippur Service in the Temple (in Hebrew).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)695172
(OCoLC)ocm00695172
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WorldCat Identities Wolfson, Harry Austryn, 1887-1974.
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