HIEU201Lecture25

HIEU201Lecture25 - HIEU 201 Oct 27th, 2008 Islamo-Christian...

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HIEU 201 Oct 27 th , 2008 Islamo-Christian Civilization (?) and Christian Holy War 1. Islamo-Christian Civilization: Intellectual Exchange a. The medieval rediscovery of Aristotle. b. Islamic influences on medieval thought. i. 1. 2. c. Scholasticism in an Islamic Context: Thomas Aquinas i. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) 1. Summa Contra Gentiles 2. Summa Theologicae a. Dialectic b. Natural vs Revealed Truths c. Law: Eternal, Natural, Divine, Human ii. The Debate Over Reality: Realists vs. Nominalists 1. William of Ockham (1299-1350) a. Occam’s Razor b. Universals & ex parte rei (that is, "as applied to created things") c. Precursor of concilliarism d. Jewish Influences on Medieval Learned Culture i. Solomon ibn Gebrirol (Avecebron, 1021-1070): Spain 1. The Fountain of Life : ii. Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides, 1135-1204): Spain, Morocco, Egypt
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