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Scotus and Heidegger on Metaphysics by Evan Winter Morse Class of 2008 A thesis submitted to the faculty of Wesleyan University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Departmental Honors from the College of Letters and with Departmental Honors in German Studies Middletown, Connecticut April, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements 3 Introduction 4 1.
To rephrase the old 20th century ‘pragmatic’ objection to structural investigations in Metaphysics, “There is real political turmoil, starvation, and the out-of-control influence of capital to deal with!
The Big Bang Theory was formulated and propounded by the Jesuit Priest Georges Lemaitre, not actually based on any scientific, or logical principle, or assumption or presumption, but on the notion that the universe came into being from the breaking of a giant cosmic egg, which thought was not his own, but which is actually a metaphor originally existing in our Ancient Indian Scriptures such as the Vedas and the Puranas to explain the origin and evolution of metaphysics in thought.
John Buridan His Nominalist Logic, Metaphysics, and Epistemology By Gyula Klima Great Medieval Thinkers Oxford University Press Series editor Brian Davies John Buridan Preface The idea of this book first emerged after the publication of what the noted Buridan-scholar, Jack Zupko, quite aptly designated as my “mammoth translation of the entire Summulae”.
My goal in the dissertation is to draw this picture using the tools of contemporary metaphysics and semantics.
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METAPHYSICS, SOUL, AND ETHICS IN ANCIENT THOUGHT This page intentionally left blank Metaphysics, Soul, and Ethics in Ancient Thought Themes from the work of Richard Sorabji Edited by RICARDO SALLES CLARENDON PRESS OXFORD .
Dialectics (Logic in a Broader Sense), Cognition, and Metaphysics 1.3.
The art is, especially, the metaphysics that we can perceive in Böcklin and of which de Chirico becomes heir and witness not only in periods of clear böcklinian inspiration, in widely documented exhibitions, but also afterwards when the first metaphysical season is referred to.
In the first chapter I discuss key elements of Aristotle’s metaphysics and give a close, textual reading of De Anima guided by his claim that the relationship of the body and soul is highly specific.
Among the ﬁelds to which Scotus has made an immense contribution are logic, metaphysics, philosophy of mind and action, and ethical theory.
A BSTRACT This work intends to investigate the metaphysics of Boethius, and starts, basically, by the distinction between esse and id quod est such as it meets formulated in Boethius’s tractate De hebdomadibus.
Ludger Honnefelder first introduced me to John Duns Scotus in his seminar on Scotus' Metaphysics, in the course of which I caught his enthusiasm for the Subtle Doctor.