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(ar'is-tō-tē'lē-ăn, ar'i-stŏ-tēl'yan),
Attributed to or described by Aristotle.
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Consonant with an argument that I have been making for many years now, medieval Aristotelianism ought to be regarded as sufficiently coherent that it is possible to identify some authors as standing outside of its framework, yet capacious enough to contain many different interpretations of Aristotle's general mode of thought.
The ideological battles involved were so precocious that concepts that would have been easily identified some years later, such as Aristotelianism, natural philosophy, and, above all, Averroism, were totally unknown by anyone capable of shining some light on what was happening in Leon around that time.
Unless the reciprocity thesis can be moderated, it appears, Aristotelianism will be left looking dramatically alienated from the endoxa in this respect.
On reading this book, one gets the impression that Aristotelianism was attractive to theologians exactly because of its inexactness.
These fundamental differences manifest themselves in the way Aristotelianism and Stoicism understand place.
Gordon's book is very successful in showing Levi's "ordinary virtues" and in revealing how his deepest convictions were rooted in fundamental expressions of European culture, from Aristotelianism to utilitarianism and the Enlightenment.
2) stands in need of justification, especially in the light of the Clerk's pronounced Aristotelianism.
Beginning with Albert and Thomas, the closest that any of his eight subjects came to being paid-up Aristotelians, he shows that they did indeed tincture Aristotelianism with Cicero and Stoicism, and Augustine with Neoplatonism, human and divine law, and the order of charity, respectively.
Jewish history attests to countless manifestations of this dynamic from Philo's Platonism to Maimonedes' Aristotelianism, up to and including the secular nationalism of religious Zionists like Ray Kook.
1994), Maurice Cowling, an emeritus Fellow at Peterhouse College, Cambridge University, says MacIntyre contended "that moral inquiry had been impoverished by the destruction of Aristotelianism in the 17th century and the disconnection of ethics from divine law in the 18th century.
Aristotelianism is useless as a philosophy or basis for science.
This is probably the most interesting part of the book for readers of Publius, for the Aristotelianism of the founders is said to be visible especially in the Federalist (or "compound republic") elements of the new constitutional order.