Pietro Pomponazzi Entre Traditions et Innovations - Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie 48 (Hardback)
  • Pietro Pomponazzi Entre Traditions et Innovations - Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie 48 (Hardback)

Pietro Pomponazzi Entre Traditions et Innovations - Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie 48 (Hardback)

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Ce volume se propose d'evaluer la place de Pomponazzi dans la philosophie de la Renaissance, a la fois son ancrage dans des traditions medievales et sa force d'innovation. A cote de contributions sur le De immortalitate animae (1516), ses antecedents, les debats qu'il a suscites, le volume comprend aussi des interventions sur d'autres questions de philosophie de la nature, ou sur la liberte et le destin, ainsi qu'une contribution davantage centree sur l'interpretation qui a ete reservee a la pensee de Pomponazzi au debut du XXe siecle. Les textes de Pomponazzi, et notamment le traite sur l'ame apparaissent ainsi comme des textes frontaliers. Leur etude permet d'evaluer le transfert de certaines thematiques philosophiques medievales, et en particulier de la noetique aristotelicienne, alexandriste et averroiste, dans le contexte intellectuel de la Renaissance, au sein d'une reflexion generale sur le sens anthropologique et ethique de la finitude constitutive de la nature humaine. This book proposes to evaluate the importance and signification of Pietro Pomponazzi in the philosophy of the Renaissance. It considers both its rooting in Medieval traditions and its innovative force. Besides contributions on Pomponazzi's De immortalitate animae (1516), its antecedens and the debates that arose, the volume contains contributions on other aspects of the philosophy of nature, or on liberty and fate, and one dedicated to the interpretation of Pomponazzi at the beginning of the twentieth century. So, the texts of Pomponazzi, and especially his treatise on the soul appear as frontier texts. Their study allows an evaluation of the transfer of some medieval thematics, especially of Aristotelian, Alexandrinian and Averroist noetics, in the intellectual context of Renaissance, inside a general reflection upon the anthropological and ethical meaning of the finitude, which is constitutive of human nature.

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Co
ISBN: 9789060323793

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