5 edition of philosophy of Robert Holcot, fourteenth-century skeptic found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -153) and index.
|Other titles||Philosophy of Robert Holcot, 14th-century skeptic.|
|Statement||Leonard A. Kennedy.|
|Series||Studies in the history of philosophy ;, v. 27, Studies in the history of philosophy (Lewiston, N.Y.) ;, v. 27.|
|LC Classifications||BT100.H65 K46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|ISBN 10||0773493069, 088946300X|
|LC Control Number||93001705|
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Robert Holcot, OP, (c) was an English Dominican scholastic philosopher, theologian and influential Biblical was born in Holcot, Northamptonshire.A follower of William of Ockham, he was nicknamed the Doctor firmus et made important contributions to semantics, the debate over God’s knowledge of future contingents, discussions of predestination, grace.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kennedy, Leonard A. Philosophy of Robert Holcot, fourteenth-century skeptic. Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, © “Oxford Quodlibeta from Ockham to Holcot,” in Theological quodlibeta in the Middle Ages: the Fourteenth Century, Christopher Schabel (ed.), Leiden: Brill, – Kennedy, Leonard A., The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic (Studies in the History of Philosophy, Number 27), Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellon Press.
: The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic (Studies in the History of Philosophy) (): Kennedy, Leonard A.: BooksCited by: 3. HOLKOT, ROBERT (d.
) Robert Holkot [Holcot] was the most significant Dominican theologian of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. He received his doctorate at Oxford, lecturing on Peter Lombard's Sentences, the main theology textbook, in the years –and served as regent master there, most likely from – He spent time in London as a clerk for Richard of Bury, the.
Robert Holcot was an English Dominican theologian and philosopher who was philosophically influenced by the work of William of Ockham and other English philosophers of the early fourteenth century. He is often considered a “skeptic” with respect to what human reason can know about theological truths (Trinity, Incarnation, and Eucharist.
Robert Holcot’s commentary on the book of Ecclesiasticus is one of his least studied works. The purpose of the present post is to briefly summarize what we know about the commentary and to offer a brief comparison of the early printed edition (Venice ) with Basel, Universitätsbibliothek B.V The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic (Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, ).
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[Nota bene: there is a footnote following this passage to L. Kennedy’s problematic work,The Philosophy of Robert Holcot: Fourteenth-Century Skeptic.] What I want to argue briefly here is that this passage is problematic as an interpretation of Robert Holcot’s theology: in particular the claim that (for Holcot) the present moral order is.
The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic. John F. Knasas - - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 68 (2) The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic (Studies in the History of Philosophy) Jun 1, by Leonard A. Kennedy Hardcover.
This book offers an introduction to the thought of Robert Holcot, a great and influential but often underappreciated medieval thinker. Holcot was a Dominican friar who flourished in the 's and produced a diverse body of work including scholastic treatises, biblical commentaries, and sermons.
John T. Slotemaker / Jeffrey C. Witt: Robert Holcot Textgröße: A A A Robert Holcot (c. ) was a Dominican friar known for his scholastic works, biblical commentaries, and preaching aids, three seemingly different areas, each of which has made Holcot of interest to scholars.
Jacques Almain was one of the most prominent exponents of Conciliarism in the early sixteenth century. He studied the arts and theology at the University of Paris, receiving his doctorate in Almain wrote extensively on issues of philosophy and ethics.
When the Council of Pisa met init tried to depose Pope Julius II (–). "Bibliography" published on 10 Apr by Brill. William Crathorn (fl. s), like Adam Wodeham (d. ) and Robert Holkot (c.
–), belonged to the first generation of Oxford philosophers after William of Ockham (c. –), who sought to criticize and develop Ockham's philosophy. BOOK NOTES DREISBACH, C.
- R.G. Collingwood: a Bibliographic Checklist INGARDIA, R. - Thomas Aquinas International Bibliography KENNEDY, L. - The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic PYKE, S. - Philosophers The Nun's Priest's Tale and Nominalism: A Preliminary Study. as did his follower Robert Holcot later.
There has been a debate among scholars of fourteenth century philosophy concerning whether the fourteenth century nominalists should in fact be termed "skeptics." By this they mean whether, given the stress on God's omnipotence.
- The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-Century Skeptic (Studies in the History of Philosophy) Plus Chic Pas Cher "Pay Less For The Best!" - Eternal Individuality: Towards a Karmic Biography of Novalis. This chapter provides an overview of what Holcot has to say about the ability of reason to examine and understand the divine nature.
It focuses especially on Holcot’s appraisal of reason’s ability to demonstrate the existence of God, his evaluation of Anselm’s ontological argument, and his views on the ability of human beings to describe the Trinity.Philosophy Then Don’t Be So Sure Peter Adamson on skepticism in the history of philosophy.
You may think you know what philosophical skepticism is. It’s commonly traced back to René Descartes, who in his Meditations () asks whether there is anything of which he can be completely certain. Famously, he decides there is: he cannot doubt his own existence.The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourteenth-century Skeptic, Leonard A.
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