1 edition of Nicolaus of Autrecourt found in the catalog.
Nicolaus of Autrecourt
Julius R. Weinberg
Bibliography: p. 239.
|LC Classifications||B765.N564 W4|
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|Pagination||ix, 242 p.|
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The Skepticism of Nicolaus of Autrecourt: A Forgotten Type of Skepticism. (Tesis de Doctorado en Filosofía). The Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. Looking for books by Julius Rudolph Weinberg? See all books authored by Julius Rudolph Weinberg, including A Short History of Medieval Philosophy, and Ockham, Descartes and Hume: Self-Knowledge, Substance and Causality, and more on
Weinberg's doctoral dissertation, An Examination of Logical Positivism (), is the first detailed account of this philosophical view. His next book was Nicolaus of Autrecourt: A Study in Fourteenth-CentryThought ().Cited by: 1. Full text of "Nicolaus von Autrecourt. Sein leben, seine philosophie, seine schriften" See other formats.
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Bibliography Editions and Translations. Edition of the Exigit Ordo and the theological question “Utrum visio alicuius rei naturalis possit naturali intendi” in: O‘Donnell, J.
R., “Nicholas of Autrecourt,” Mediaeval Studies 1 (), ; English translation of the Exigit Ordo in: Nicholas of Autrecourt, The Universal Treatise, tr. Leonard A. Kennedy, Richard E. Arnold, and. This volume contains the first critical edition and a complete English translation of the well-known correspondence conducted by the fourteenth-century 'sceptic' author, Nicholas of Autrecourt, with Bernard of Arezzo and a Master Giles.
In the Introduction the extant manuscripts are analysed and the different positions of Nicholas, Bernard and Giles are discussed; the purport of Giles' reply. Nicolaus of Autrecourt book Nicolaus of Autrecourt; a study in 14th century thought by Julius R Weinberg (Book); Nicholas of Autrecourt: his correspondence with Master Giles and Bernard of Arezzo: a critical edition from the two Parisian manuscripts with an introduction, English translation, explanatory notes, and indexes by Nicolaus (Book).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weinberg, Julius R. (Julius Rudolph), Nicolaus of Autrecourt. New York, Greenwood Press [, ©]. This, then, is one reason for a careful study of the philosophy of Nicolaus of Autrecourt.
There is another reason also for studying the philosophy of Nicolaus. His condemnation by the Avignon Curia in was as important an event in the intellectual history of the fourteenth century as was the condemnation of Averroism in in that of the.
Nicolaus von Autrecourt wurde um in Autrecourt nahe Verdun geboren. Er war ein französischer Scholastiker und wurde durch seine Kritik des Substanzbegriffes bekannt.
Autrecourt wird unter anderem als philosophischer Skeptiker bezeichnet, weil More about Nicolaus Von Autrecourt. Nicholas Of Autrecourt, French Nicolas D’autrecourt, (born c. Autrecourt, near Verdun, Fr.—died afterMetz, Lorrain), French philosopher and theologian known principally for developing medieval Skepticism to its extreme logical conclusions, which were condemned as heretical.
Nicholas was an advanced student in liberal arts and philosophy at the Sorbonne faculty of the. Nicolaus von Autrecourt; Sein leben, seine philosophie, seine schriften (6, (Latin Edition) [Nicolaus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
edition.: vel cum parte signilicati per antecedens; igitur sequitur, quod talis consequentia non esset evidenter nota evidentia primi principii descripta. 25 Antecedens est ab adversaiio concessum ctpositum; consequentia apparet.
Nicolaus von Autrecourt. Sein leben, seine philosophie, seine schriften Item PreviewPages: Nicholas was born about in Autrecourt, in the French diocese of Verdun.
This region was also the birthplace of two other iconoclastic contemporaries, James of Metz and John of Mirecourt. Author of Nicolaus of Autrecourt, An examination of logical positivism, Dementia care, Abstraction, relation, and induction, Theory of Knowledge, A short history of medieval philosophy, Nicolaus de Autrecourt, Logical positivism of the Viennese circle.
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Only at ". “The sun, rather than the earth, is the center of the solar system.” Identified by Nicolaus Copernicus in the concept of a heliocentric solar system. He spent several years to study about the universe based on the previous philosophers’ theories but the only one theory that he believed the most was Akistarchus’ theory (Nicolaus Copernicus).
Nikolaus Harnoncourt has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. Nikolaus Harnoncourt’s most popular book is Baroque Music Today: Music as Speech; Ways t. After a short sketch of the biography of Nicolaus Copernicus, the great astronomer's conception of God is analysed according to the original introduction into the first book of De revolutionibus and the dedicatory epistle to Pope Paul III.
For Copernicus as for many ancient philosophers the sky is the visible God; therefore the study of the movement of the celestial bodies is the most. Nicolaus was born around at Autrecourt, near Bar-le-Duc, in France.
He studied at the University of Paris, being a member of the Sorbonne from about to After having obtained the degree of Master of Arts and a licentiate in theology, Nicolaus became a prebendary of the Cathedral of Metz.
Nicolaus ' philosophical theories early. Edition and German translation of the correspondence in: Imbach, R, and D. Perler, Nicolaus von Autrecourt: Briefe, Hamburg: Meiner, French translation of the correspondence and the condemned theses according to the Latin edition by L.M.
De Rijk in: Grellard, C, Nicolas d'Autrecourt. Correspondance. Articles condamnés. PETER T. GEACH: Nicotaus of Autrecourt and we may well be glad that so much has survived the flames to which Nicolaus's works were condemned.
Weinberg's exposi-tion is clear and pleasantly written, and sustains the reader's interest throughout. He. NICOLAUS OF DAMASCUS (b. Damascus, 64 b.c.) botany. Nicolaus was the son of wealthy parents, whose names, Antipater and Stratonice, suggest that they were of Macedonian origin.
He received an expensive liberal education, probably from Greek tutors, and became so distinguished a scholar that he attracted the attention of Herod the Great, king of.
The result is a book which, though unsatisfac-tory from the standpoint of sound historical scholarship, is stimu-lating and provocative as a speculative and critical essay in epistem-ology.
The book has an avowed missionary purpose, eloquently ex- Nicolaus of .Autrecourt or Autrécourt may refer to. Autrecourt-et-Pourron, commune in the Ardennes department in northern France; Autrécourt-sur-Aire, commune in the Meuse department in the Lorraine region in north-eastern France; Nicholas of Autrecourt (–), French .Book Book Series.
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In "Herbst des Mittelalters"?: Fragen zur Bewertung des und Jahrhunderts (pp. 57–71).