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This new study of David Hume’s philosophy of mathematics critically examines his objections to the concept of infinity, and his alternative phenomenalist theory of space and time as constituted by minima sensibilia or sensible extensionless indivisibles.
Edited by Jon Whitman
This major investigation of the theory and practice of interpretation is unparalleled in design. Concentrating on interpretive allegory, its interdisciplinary approach simultaneously opens and organizes new perspectives on historic developments - from pagan, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic ...
Theodor W. Köhler
This monograph is the first comprehensive source-based description and investigation of the theoretical fundament of philosophical reflection on man during the thirteenth century.
Edited by J.M.M.H. Thijssen and Jack Zupko
A collection of original articles by a dozen scholars on the work of the influential 14th-century philosopher John Buridan, this book extends Buridan's reputation in logic to metaphysics and natural philosophy, showing how he brought a fresh approach to solving some of the classic problems of ...
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