History of Philosophy

History of Philosophy

Por Miquel Bahia
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HoP 206 - Eileen Sweeney on Anselm

Anselm expert Eileen Sweeney discusses his approach to philosophy and the devotional aspect of his works.

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HoP 206 - Eileen Sweeney on Anselm

Anselm expert Eileen Sweeney discusses his approach to philosophy and the devotional aspect of his works.

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HoP 205 - Somebody's Perfect - Anselm's Ontological Argument

The most famous argument in medieval philosophy is Anselm's proof of God's existence. But how is it supposed to work?

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HoP 204 - A Canterbury Tale - Anselm's Life and Works

Anselm offers more than his famous ontological argument, including a subtle account of human freedom.

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HoP 203 - Virgin Territory - Peter Damian on Changing the Past

Peter Damian takes up a question with surprising philosophical implications: can God restore virginity to a woman who...

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HoP 202 - Philosophers Anonymous - the Roots of Scholasticism

Little-known authors prepare the way for scholasticism with glosses on logic, metaphysical debate, and a poem about a...

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HoP 201 - Stephen Gersh on Medieval Platonism

Stephen Gersh speaks with Peter about the influence of Platonism in the Middle Ages.

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HoP 201 - Stephen Gersh on Medieval Platonism

Stephen Gersh (who was Peter’s doctoral advisor!) joins him to discuss the sources and influence of Platonism in the...

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HoP 200 - Jill Kraye and John Marenbon on Medieval Philosophy

We celebrate reaching episode 200 with a special double interview on the problem of defining medieval philosophy.

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200. Jill Kraye and John Marenbon on Medieval Philosophy

We celebrate reaching episode 200 with a special double interview on the problem of defining medieval philosophy.

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HoP 199 - Much Ado About Nothing - Eriugena's Periphyseon

Eriugena delves into the Greek tradition to produce his masterpiece of metaphysics and theology, the Periphyseon.

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199. Much Ado About Nothing: Eriugena’s Periphyseon

Eriugena delves into the Greek tradition to produce his masterpiece of metaphysics and theology, the Periphyseon.

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HoP 198 - Grace Notes - Eriugena and the Predestination Controversy

John Scotus Eriugena debates free will with his rival Gottschalk, arguing that God predestines the saved but not the...

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197. Charles in Charge: The Carolingian Renaissance

Alcuin leads a resurgence of interest in philosophy and the liberal arts at the court of Charlemagne.

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HoP 197 - Charles in Charge - The Carolingian Renaissance

Alcuin leads a resurgence of interest in philosophy and the liberal arts at the court of Charlemagne.

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196. Arts of Darkness: Introduction to Medieval Philosophy

Peter launches the series of podcasts on philosophy in medieval Latin Christendom with a look ahead at what’s to come.

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