Errores philosophorum by Giles of Rome, Archbishop of Bourges

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Statementcritical text with notes and introduction, by Josef Koch ... English translation by John O. Riedl ...
ContributionsKoch, Josef, 1885-1967 ed., Riedl, John O. 1905- tr.
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LC ClassificationsB765.C63 E7 1944
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. l., [iii]-lix, 67 p., 1 l.
Number of Pages67
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Open LibraryOL16397057M
LC Control Number45003180

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Giles of Rome O.S.A. (Latin: Aegidius Romanus; Italian: Egidio Colonna; c. – 22 December ), was a Medieval philosopher and Scholastic theologian and a friar of the Order of St Augustine, who was also appointed to the positions of Prior General of his Order and as Archbishop of is famed as being a logician, producing a commentary on the Organon by Aristotle, and for his.

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John O. Riedl, Church History, Vol. 15, No. 1 (March ). Errores philosophorum (work by Giles of Rome) Western philosophy: Averroists: such as Errores philosophorum (; The Errors of the Philosophers) by Giles of Rome (c.

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In spite of the fact that Henry of Gent (†) had a major and lasting influence on the developments at the University of Paris after the condemnation of the errores philosophorum inthe Gandavistae – pupils of Henry of Gent – are hardly known by their proper names in the history of philosophy.

As a member of the theological and philosophical faculty, Henry broke with the. Ironically, Giles of Rome, in the s, quite unaware of Algazel’s true position, performed the refutation of what he understood to be Algazel’s philosophical views in his Errores philosophorum.

A text by Algazel entitled The Incoherence of the Philosophers (Tahufat al-falasifa), is extant in Arabic, but does not refer at all to the Aims. After Descartes and Kant nearly everyone seems to take it for granted, even scholastics.

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Josef Koch English translation by. Review of John O. Riedl Gilles de Rome, Errores Philosophorum, Church Hist No. 1, 62– Review of Heinrich A. Rommen, The State in Catholic Thought: A Treatise in Political Philosophy, Social Resea No. 2, – In spite of the fact that Henry of Gent had a major and lasting influence on the developments at the University of Paris after the condemnation of the errores philosophorum inthe Gandavistae – pupils of Henry of Gent – are hardly known by their proper names in the history of philosophy.

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Koch and trans. Riedl (Milwaukee, WI, Marchette. Physicarum quaestionum centuriae tres ex doctissimorum virorum, promptuariis, cum suis solutionibus, conscriptae. His accedunt quorundam magnorum autorum errores. [Pantopolion] contra quorundam philosophorum opiniones.

Una cum ecclesiae ad Christum trenodia. Adjecti tres dialogi / [Georgius Pictorius] Item Preview. Review of John O. Riedl’s Edition of Errores Philosophorum – Review of Errores Philosophorum, by Giles of Rome, ed. John O. Riedl, Church History, Vol. 15, No. 1 (March ). Excerpt: The Errores is a valuable document of the thirteenth century conflict between the Christian teaching and the teaching of “the philosophers,” i.e., of.

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