Eriugenas negative Ontologie

Eriugenas negative Ontologie

eBook - 2007 | German
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Recently, there has been an upsurge of interest in the work Periphyseon of the early medieval philosopher John Scot Eriugena. Previous research has classified the book either as a piece of Neoplatonic philosophy or as part of the Latin dialectic tradition, which has led to one-sided interpretations. The present publication focuses instead on the philosophical claims defended in the Periphyseon itself, examines its originality and discusses the soundness of its argumentation. As a result, a hitherto unnoticed basic thought of the work has been uncovered, namely the concept of a negative ontolog.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : B.R. Grčuner, Ă2007
ISBN: 9789027292070
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 222 pages)


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