A Companion to the Philosophy of Robert Kilwardby by Paul Thom

By Paul Thom

Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Kilwardby OP (c. 1215-1279) used to be an important and influential philosopher in his time, yet he has now not acquired the scholarly recognition that he merits. during this e-book we current the 1st research of all of his philosophical considering from good judgment and grammar to metaphysics and ethics.

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20 Consequently, the textbooks were cut into regular and manageable pieces, each headed by a main lemma marked by underscoring and capitalization, called lectiones, a term that often occurs in Kilwardby’s commentaries, although it still is not easy to discover the exact demarcation of the quantity of text dealt with in a lectio. This management approach led to a uniform and recognizable format of the university commentaries that is also met in Kilwardby’s texts. He starts his commentary with an introductory section in which the position of the discipline and the related textbook in the whole of philosophy is established.

Nicholas of Paris, Questiones in Prisciani minoris librum primum, ms. , Lat. misc. fol. 34, fol.  Et unus actus non potest terminare fluxum alterius,” and Robert Bacon, Summa gramatica, ed. V. 159), fol. 8va, “Adhuc. ”; ibid, fol. 8rb, “quod interiectio uno modo significat mentis conceptum, scilicet quantum ad audientem, quantum autem ad proferentem, mentis affectum. Et ideo potest esse pars orationis. Vel dicendum quod omnis pars et interiectio et alie significant mentis conceptum, sed alie partes exprimunt ipsum per modum conceptus, sola autem interiectio per modum affectus.

15 In addition to the Arts commentaries, Kilwardby’s introduction to philosophy and the sciences, De ortu scientiarum, composed at Oxford about 1250, is a momentous source for his reflections on those disciplines that are language-oriented (sermocinalis) and their respective positions in the 10 Incipit: “Sicut scribitur in primo Posteriorum: Quod non est est non contingit scire. ” The manuscripts are Cambridge, Peterhouse 191, sec. 1, fols. 1r–111v (s. 13); Cambridge, Peterhouse 206, fols. 308–29r (s.

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