History of Philosophy

History of Philosophy

Por Miquel Bahia
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HoP 250 - Q&A

Peter answers listener questions on the nature of philosophy and the podcast series.

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HoP 249 - Paris When it Sizzles - the Condemnations

Two rounds of condemnations at Paris declare certain philosophical teachings as heretical. But what were the long...

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HoP 248 - Scott MacDonald on Aquinas

Scott MacDonald joins Peter to discuss Thomas Aquinas’ views on human knowledge.

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HoP 247 - Onward, Christian Soldiers - Just War Theory

Aquinas follows medieval legal thinkers in defining the conditions under which war may be justified, and proposes his...

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HoP 246 - What Pleases the Prince - The Rule of Law

Natural law and political legitimacy in thirteenth century thinkers up to and including Thomas Aquinas.

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HoP 245 - What Comes Naturally - Ethics in Albert and Aquinas

Natural and supernatural virtue and happiness in Thomas Aquinas and his teacher, Albert the Great.

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HoP 244 - Everybody Needs Some Body - Aquinas on Soul and Knowledge

Thomas Aquinas makes controversial claims concerning the unity of the soul and the empirical basis of human knowledge.

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HoP 243 - The Ox Heard Round the World - Thomas Aquinas

An introduction to Thomas Aquinas, his views on faith and reason, and his famous “five ways” of proving God’s...

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HoP 242 - Therese Cory on Self-Awareness in Albert and Aquinas

Therese Cory tells Peter what Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas thought about self-awareness.

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HoP 241 - The Shadow Knows - Albert the Great’s Metaphysics

Albert the Great’s theory of being and his attempt to explain what changes in the human mind when we come to see God...

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HoP 240 - Animal, Vegetable, Mineral - Albert the Great’s Natural Philosophy

Albert the Great earns his nickname “universal doctor” by devoting himself to the whole of nature, from geology and...

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HoP 239 - Catarina Dutilh Novaes on Medieval Logic

Was medieval logic “formal”? Peter finds out from Catarina Dutilh Novaes.

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HoP 238 - Binding Arbitration - Robert Kilwardby

Robert Kilwardby is infamous for his ban on teaching certain philosophical ideas at Oxford, yet made contributions in...

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HoP 237 - Begin the Beguine - Hadewijch and Mechthild of Magdeburg

Two Beguine authors, Hadewijch and Mechthild of Magdeburg, deploy the tropes of courtly love in vernacular writings...

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Indian Philosophy Announcement!

New feed for Philosophy in India: http://hopwag2.podbean.com/feed/

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HoP 236 - None for Me, Thanks - Franciscan Poverty

Bonaventure and Peter Olivi respond to critics of the Franciscan vow of poverty, in a debate which produced new ideas...

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HoP 235 - Juhana Toivanen on Animals in Medieval Philosophy

Medieval ideas about what animals do and do not have in common with humans, and how we should treat them.

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HoP 234 - Your Attention Please - Peter Olivi

Peter Olivi proposes that awareness occurs not through passively being affected by things, but by actively paying...

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HoP 233 - Stairway to Heaven - Bonaventure

Bonaventure argues that human knowledge depends on an illumination from God.

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HoP 232 - Charles Burnett on Magic

Charles Burnett tells Peter about the role of magic in medieval intellectual life.

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