Aristotelianism

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(philosophy) the philosophy of Aristotle that deals with logic and metaphysics and ethics and poetics and politics and natural science

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belief that scientists are actually finding out about real things) is not the same as to adopt Aristotelian philosophy wholesale.
The second part of the book contains the first English translation of the Tractatus syllepticus of Inchofer (a theological vindication of Galileo's condemnation), and of the first chapter of Christoph Scheiner's Prodromus pro Sole mobile (its scientific vindication), as well as the translation of several official documents of the Society of Jesus enforcing on members of the order a strict fidelity to Aristotelian philosophy.
To engage his insights, however, one must detach oneself from long-held medieval concepts of "person" or "soul," especially as entrenched in Aristotelian philosophy.
Anticipating his more recent contribution, Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy (Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts, 2007), Moran highlights the German schoolteacher and physician Libavius, who adapted chemistry to traditional Aristotelian philosophy and cleansed its vocabulary.
In Keckermann's work, and even more so in Alsted's, the clarity and practicality of Ramist organizational models was conjoined in an eclectic semi-Ramism containing both Aristotelian philosophy and various elements of Renaissance method from Agricola and Melanchthon to Zabarella (and in Alsted's case, elements drawn from Ramon Lull's combinatorial logic).
At times highly technical due to its depth and nuance of complex concepts, Aristotelian Philosophy is a welcome addition to college library and philosophical studies shelves.
1286) philosophical magnum opus, Ktaba d-Hewat hekmta (Cream of Wisdom, Butyrum sapientiae), is the most extensive exposition of Aristotelian philosophy in Syriac.
A few years ago, Salman Rushdie and I discussed the idea that Muslim culture is rich with humanistic heritage that can be traced back to the democratizing tendencies of Cyrus and ancient Persia, and to the great medieval philosophers Ibn Sinna and Ibn Rushid, who ironically helped preserve Aristotelian philosophy for the West.
In the eyes of al-Sijzi, this proposition covers up a problematic which he tries to elicit in the rather inflected language of Islamic Aristotelian philosophy.
They also offered Aristotelian philosophy to break out of a mythical-religious explanation of our world, but there's the rub.
We are treated to the clarification of the `particular fusions of Aristotelian philosophy and Christian theology' in each of eight thinkers.
Beginning at the upper left hand corner, we progress through Aristotelian philosophy to `hard science', where the stream joins a second progression beginning with Socrates.
Because there are parallels between the new physics and -- and they love it, too, they love the parallels with Aristotelian philosophy.
The themes developed by these Church Fathers, particularly thos e of Augustine, would be molded by Peter Lombard and Thomas Aquinas in the Middle Ages and integrated more explicitly with Aristotelian philosophy as transmitted by the Arabs in the thirteenth century.
The development of the Adolescent Ethical Behavior in Leisure Scale (AEBLS) was based on an interpretation of the ethical system presented in Aristotelian philosophy.