Daniel Heider, Lukáš Lička, Marek Otisk (eds. ): Perception in Scholastics and Their Interlocutors
Special Issue of The Philosophical Journal 2017/2, 160 pages
The Special Issue Perception in Scholastics and Their Interlocutors presents eight studies examining the issues of perception and senses in the history of philosophy between the 11th and 17th centuries. Attention is focused mainly on scholastic thinkers (from Anselm, through Peter John Olivi and Duns Scotus, to Suárez), some older authors whose thoughts developed other scholars (e.g. Aristotle or Ibn al-Haytham), or contemporaries who entered into dialogue with scholastics (e.g. Pletho or Valerianus Magnus).
L. Lička: Editorial
D. G. Ginocchio: Scotus on Sense, Medium, and Sensible Object
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