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Peter Thomae's Definition of Form THE SMITHY - July 31, 2017 I've been working through Peter Thomae's unpublished De formis , a treatise that like all his treatises defies assignment to a classical medieval genre. Is it natural philosophy? Or metaphysics? It is a thorough investigation utilizing all the knowledge about form from the middle ages. My interest in it is partially because I am comitted to publish it as part of the general Petri Thomae opera series, but also because of its relation, or non-relation to ...http://lyfaber.blogspot.com/2017/07/peter-thomaes-definition-of-form.html

The Mother of All Genealogies THE SMITHY - July 14, 2017 ... from the Sixteenth Century to Etienne Gilson (+1878)," Bulletin de philosophie medievale 58 (2016), 355-445. Here's the first line: The Franciscan theologian and philosopher John Duns Scotus (ca. 1266-1308) has been accused of many things over the years, not least among them formalism, nominalism, skepticism, fatalism, pantheism, voluntarism, individualism, modernism, Spinozism, Kantianism and radical Islamism. And the last line: In this, medievalists perpetuate the oldest myth in these ...http://lyfaber.blogspot.com/2017/07/the-mother-of-all-genealogies.html

New Book on the Rise of Scotism THE SMITHY - July 13, 2017 ... Here is part of the publisher's blurb: A rare survival provides unmatched access to the the medieval classroom. In the academic year 1330-31, the Franciscan theologian, William of Brienne, lectured on Peter Lombard's Sentences and disputed with the other theologians at the University of Paris. The original, official notes of these lectures and disputes survives in a manuscript codex at the National Library of the Czech Republic, and they constitute the oldest known original ...http://lyfaber.blogspot.com/2017/07/new-book-on-rise-of-scotism.html

New Book on Analogy of Being THE SMITHY - July 9, 2017 ... buried in manuscripts since the fourteenth century. Anyway, for a sketch of Peter's theory, which both incorporates the traditional Scotist theory as well as develops it, see this initial stab at interpretation on ...http://lyfaber.blogspot.com/2017/07/new-book-on-analogy-of-being.html

Liberal Myths Have Consequences CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 25, 2017 "Contemporary liberalism is less a political philosophy than a façade for undermining extant social and legal mores." ∼ John Safranek, The Myth of Liberalism , 2015. When I first looked into this insightful book of John Safranek titled The Myth of Liberalism , I was struck by the introductory sentence that he cited from Hegel's Philosophy of Right . It is indeed one of those short, pithy statements that tell us, in a few words, what the book ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/0EtmjTa6y-U/myths-have-consequences

St. Bede the Venerable, "The Father of English History" BIG C CATHOLICS - May 24, 2017 There is very little that we know about this medieval scholar and saint. What information we have comes from the very end of the work for which he is best known, the Ecclesiastical History of the English People. In its closing paragraphs he notes that, at the age of seven, his family gave him into the care of the Benedictine monastery at Jarrow, England, where he remained for virtually the rest of his life. There, with "great delight," he lived the life of one of the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/st-bede-venerable-father-of-english.html