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Appropriation, Interpretation and Criticism
Christian Approaches Towards Arabic and Hebrew Philosophy

A. Fidora, N. Polloni (eds.)
approx. 356 p., 165 x 240 mm
ISBN: 978-2-503-57744-9
Languages: English, Italian
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Studying different hermeneutical approaches by Christian philosophers and theologians - such as appropriation, interpretation and criticism - to the Arabic and Hebrew intellectual traditions during the Middle Ages, the fourteen articles contained in this volume show how these processes both challenged and shaped the Western philosophical discourse.
The volume explores different hermeneutical approaches by Christian philosophers and theologians to the Arabic and Hebrew philosophical traditions during the Middle Ages. Focusing on processes of appropriation, interpretation and criticism, the fourteen chapters of this volume show from different angles how the complex Latin reception of the Arabic and Hebrew intellectual legacy decisively shaped the Western philosophical discourse.
Alexander Fidora is ICREA Research Professor and Executive Director of the Institute of Medieval Studies at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He has published extensively on the history of philosophy and theology and particularly on the cross-cultural dimension of medieval philosophy. Nicola Polloni is a member of the Institute of Medieval Studies of the Universitat Autònoma. His research focuses on the Toledan School of Translators.
Table of Contents

Index

Preface

Sarah Pessin, Ibn Gabirol’s Emanationism: On the Plotinian (v. Augustinian) Theology of «Divine Irāda»

Nicola Polloni, Toledan Ontologies: Gundissalinus, Ibn Daud, and the Problem of Gabirolian Hylomorphism

Pedro Mantas-España,  Interpreting the New Sciences: Beyond the Completion of the Traditional Liberal Arts Curriculum

Vincenzo Carlotta, La morte e la resurrezione dei corpi nel Dialogo dei filosofi e di Cleopatra e nel Liber de compositione alchemiae di Morieno

Alexander Fidora,  Albert the Great and the Latin Talmud

Marienza Benedetto, Alle origini della controversia medievale sulla pluralità delle forme sostanziali: il Fons vitae di Avicebron

Therese Scarpelli Cory,  Reditio completa, reditio incompleta: Aquinas and the Liber de causis, prop. 15, on Reflexivity and Incorporeality

Chiara Crisciani, Il Secretum secretorum in Occidente: tre casi

Mauro Zonta, Averroes’ Interpretations of Aristotle’s Metaphysics and Their Different Receptions in the Hebrew Philosophical Tradition

Aum Alexandre Shishmanian, Bagdad, Paris, Lemberg, Etchmiadzin (Arménie), la trajectoire inattendue du Livre des causes

Massimo Campanini, Filosofia e Corano: un percorso ermeneutico tra ontologia e fenomenologia

Index nominum antiquorum et mediaevalium

Index nominum modernorum

Interest Classification:
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)

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