Journal Quaestio, vol. 10

QUAESTIO 10 (2010)

Later Medieval Perspectives on Intentionality

  • Pages: 408 p.
  • Size:170 x 240 mm
  • Language(s):English, Italian
  • Publication Year:2011

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-53634-7
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    Quaestio is dedicated to the reconstruction of the history of important concepts and themes of the metaphysical tradition. It aims at examining their ancient or medieval origins and their reception, transformation or rejection in modern and contemporary philosophy. The main focus is the transition from medieval philosophy to the early modern period and covers numerous concepts (like cause, substance...) as well as the discussion of other disciplines at the boundaries of metaphysics itself.

    Quaestio è un progetto editoriale dedicato alla ricostruzione della storia di alcuni dei più importanti temi e concetti della tradizione metafisica, dalla loro origine antica e medievale fino alla loro ricezione, alla loro trasformazione o eventualmente anche al loro rifuto nella filosofia moderna e contemporanea. Il suo fuoco prospettico è rappresentato soprattutto dalla transizione dal pensiero medievale a quello moderno. Quaestio include anche la storia di numerosi concetti scientifici (come quelli di causa, sostanza ecc.) nonché la tematizzazione di altre discipline per così dire "confinanti" con la metafisica stessa.


    F. Amerini (Parma), Introduction - P. King (Toronto), Medieval Intentionality and Pseudo-Intentionality - M. Pickavé (Toronto), On the Intentionality of the Emotions (and of Other Appetitive Acts) - D. Black (Toronto), Intentionality in Medieval Arabic Philosophy  - G. Galluzzo (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa), Thomas Aquinas on Mental Being - G. Klima (Fordham, New York), Indifference vs. Universality of Mental Representation in Aquinas, Scotus, Ockham, and Buridan  - B. Goehring (Notre Dame, Indiana), “… intelligit se intelligere rem intellectam”. Henry of Ghent on Thought and Reflexivity - G. Pini (Fordham, New York), Scotus on Intentionality and Causality - R. Cross (Notre Dame, Indiana), Duns Scotus on the Semantic Content of Cognitive Acts and Species - C. Rode (Bonn), Peter of John Olivi on Representation and Self-Representation - A. Robert (Tours), Intentionality and the Categories in Medieval Latin Averroism - J. Dijs (Leiden), Hervaeus Natalis on the Proper Subject of Logic - D. Piché (Montreal), Gerard of Bologna and Hervaeus Natalis on the Intuition of Non-Existents  - R. Friedman (Leuven) / C. Schabel (Cyprus), Peter Auriol and Landulphus Caracciolus on First and Second Intentions  - C. Panaccio (Montreal), Intuition and Causality: Ockham’s Externalism Revisited - C. Normore (UCLA), Reduced Intentionality and Primitive Intentionality: Ockham’s Legacy - L. Cesalli (Genève), Objects and Relations in Correlational Theories of Intentionality. The Case of Franciscus de Mayronis - W. Duba (Fribourg), Neither First, nor Second, nor... Francis of Marchia’s ‘intentiones neutrae’ in His Commentary on the Sentences - A. Conti (L’Aquila), First and Second Intentions in Walter Burley and John Wycliff - H. Lagerlund (London), The Changing Face of Aristotelian Empiricism in the Fourteenth Century.