[FE 2012]  Philosophy of Nature II

Semester II
thursday 08:30 - 10:15

Course Information

Professor: CAMP, Isobel
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

Semester II
thursday 08:30 - 10:15


This course seeks to indicate the perennial notions of Philosophy of Nature and its compatibility with experimental sciences. Emphasis is given to a study of the accidents of which we study chiefly quantity and quality but also space, time, action and passion. Lastly, it will examine various contemporary philosophies of nature.


L. Elders, The Philosophy of Nature of St. Thomas Aquinas, Frankfurt: P. Lang, 1997; D. McInerny, The Philosophy of Nature, Lincoln: The Alquin Press, 2001; Thomas de Aquino, Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics, (In VIII libros Physicorum Expositio), translated by R. J. Blackwell, Notre Dame Indiana: Dumb Ox Books, 1999.