The Medieval Concept of Time
Studies on the Scolastic Debate and its Reception in Early Modern Philosophy
This volume examines the changing perceptions of time in the transition from the medieval debate to early modern philosophy. Some of the foremost contemporary experts try to weave the various strands of the topic into a methodological and doctrinal whole. 21 contributions (19 in English, 2 in French) are presented in five main sections: The Late Antique Legacy, The Scholastic Debate, Late Scholasticism, Time and Medicine, Early Modern Philosophy. This collection of studies aims at offering a comprehensive historico- doctrinal analysis of one of the most fascinating topics in western intellectual history.
|Publisher:||E.J. Brill, Leiden, 2001|
|Series:||Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters|
Cf. Maria Bettetini, Measering in accordance with 'dimensiones certae': Augustine of Hippo and the question of time, 33-53.
|Topic:||- Influence and Survival > The Middle Ages (430-1453) > General studies of the survival of Augustine in the Greek world and in western thought and schools > [Survie dans le Moyen Âge occidental (généralités)]|
Measuring in accordance with 'dimensiones certae': Augustine of Hippo and the question of time