[FE 2016]  History of Medieval Philosophy

Semestre II
martedì 08:30 - 10:15
mercoledì 08:30 - 10:15

Informazioni sul corso

Prof: JINDRáčEK, Efrem
Email: [email protected]
Lingua: Inglese
Programma: Baccellierato
ECTS: 6
Programma:
Semestre II
martedì 08:30 - 10:15
mercoledì 08:30 - 10:15

Introduzione

The course offers a historical analysis of the meaning and development of the term “philosophy” in Europe between the 6th and 15th centuries. We will study the formation of the Seven Liberal Arts and the birth of the different schools from the time of the Carolingian Renaissance. We will reflect on the influence of Arab and Jewish thought and on the importance of the Latin translation of Aristotle. Later we will deal with the history of the first universities and school education, particularly at the Faculties of Arts and their curriculum. We will analyse important currents both of the 13th century and of the late scholasticism of the 14th century, as well as the role of the Mendicant Orders. The course is completed by a presentation of the great medieval schools and philosophical systems in the 15th century)

Bibliografia

BIBLIOGRAPHY : Norman KRETZMANN, Anthony KENNY, Jan PINBORG, The Cambridge History of Later Medieva lPhilosophy, Cambridge University Press 2008; John MARENBON (ed.), Medieval Philosophy, An Historical and Philosophical Introduction, Routledge 2007; Armand MAURER, Medieval Philosophy, Toronto, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1982; A. S.McGRADE, The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy,Cambirdge University Press, 2006; Josep-Ignasi SARANYANA, La filosofía medieval. Desde sus orígenes patrísticos hasta la Escolástica barroca, EUNSA 2011; James Athanasius WEISHEIPL, Curriculum of the Faculty of Art sat Oxford in the Early Fourteenth Century, Mediaeval Studies, 26 (1964), pp. 143-185.