The Renaissance Extended Mind (New Directions in Philosophy

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From Arab philosophy he received the thesis on the single agent intellect. such that the various attributes with their own meanings that are used in Sacred Scriptures to designate God refer to the variety of his actions. there is neither multiplicity in Him nor anything attached to his essence. At the very moment of its consolidation, however, an upheaval was brewing that would shake this novel conception to its foundations: the main works of Aristotle, hitherto unknown in the West, were being translated into Latin—among them his Ta meta ta physika (Metaphysics), the Physike (Physics), the Ethika Nikomacheia (Nichomachean Ethics), and Peri psyches, best known by its Latin title De Anima (On the Soul).

Pages: 285

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed. 2015 edition (July 8, 2015)

ISBN: 1137412844


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