Ioannis Buridani Expositio et Quaestiones in Aristotelis

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PLEASE REFER TO MY HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY COURSE ONLINE FOR ADDITIONAL PRIMARY SOURCES AND CRITICAL COMMENTARY. In that sense, all cultures have a philosophical tradition. In the process, much of that foundation was effectively absorbed into the theology itself, so that much of what we now regard as Christian doctrine has its origins in Greek philosophy more than in the Biblical tradition. Throughout Iranian history and due to remarkable political and social influences such as the Macedonian, the Arab, and the Mongol invasions of Persia, a wide spectrum of schools of thought arose.

Pages: 417

Publisher: Peeters Publishers; Bilingual edition (December 31, 1999)

ISBN: 9042907568

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