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Title:
Reason and faith : philosophy in the Middle Ages
Author:
Williams, Thomas, 1967-
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Physical Description:
4 audio discs : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 course guidebooks (22 cm).
General Note:
Course guidebooks laid in each of two containers.

Course guidebooks contain outlines of each 30 minute lecture.

"Philosophy & Intellectual History."

Compact discs.

"Catalog no. 4363" -- Disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
pt. 1. lecture 1. Faith seeking understanding -- lecture 2. Augustine's Platonic background -- lecture 3. Augustine on authority -- lecture 4. Augustine on the origin of evil -- lecture 5. Boethius's The consolation of philosophy -- lecture 6. Boethius on foreknowledge and freedom -- lecture 7. Anselm and the 11th-century context -- lecture 8. Anselm's proof that God exists -- lecture 9. Anselm on the Divine attributes -- lecture 10. Anselm on freedom and the fall -- lecture 11. Abelard on understanding the Trinity -- lecture 12. Abelard on understanding redemption.

pt. 2. lecture 13. The rediscovery of Aristotle -- lecture 14. Bonaventure on the mind's journey into God -- lecture 15. Aquinas on what reason can and cannot do -- lecture 16. Aquinas's proof of an unmoved mover -- lecture 17. Aquinas on how to talk about God -- lecture 18. Aquinas on human nature -- lecture 19. Aquinas on natural and supernatural virtues -- lecture 20. Scotus on God's freedom and ours -- lecture 21. Scotus on saying exactly what God is -- lecture 22. What Ockham's razor leaves behind -- lecture 23. Ockham on the prospects of knowing God -- lecture 24. The 14th century and beyond.
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ISBN:
9781598033403