By John Marenbon
This research is the 1st smooth account of the advance of philosophy through the Carolingian Renaissance. within the past due 8th century, Dr Marenbon argues, theologians have been led by means of their enthusiasm for common sense to pose themselves actually philosophical questions. The relevant subject matters of ninth-century philosophy - essence, the Aristotelian different types, the matter of Universals - have been to preoccupy thinkers during the center a long time. The earliest interval of medieval philosophy was once therefore a formative one. This paintings relies on a clean learn of the manuscript assets. The options of students resembling Alcuin, Candidus, Fredegisus, Ratramnus of Corbie, John Scottus Eriugena and Heiric of Auxerre is tested intimately and in comparison with their resources; and a wide selection of facts is used to throw gentle at the milieu within which those thinkers flourished. complete severe variants of a massive physique of early medieval philosophical fabric, a lot of it by no means earlier than released, are incorporated.
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Leclercq in Analecta Monastica i e serie ( = Studia Anselmiana xx, Roma, 1948), pp. 27-66. The correspondences between the Munich Passages and the Munimenta are as follows: dicta Albini paras. 2 and 3 = pp. 36:9-37:40; dicta Candidi paras. 2 and 3 = pp. 35:34-36:58; 11 = p. 35:24-34; 111= p. 29:51-72; i v = pp. 50:6-52:89; XII = p. 53; XII = p. 54. See Leclercq, op. , pp. 66-8. For date of the Munich Passages, see below, p . 43. l Iam ergo quia Deum essefateris, restat ut neque eum corporeum nee alicubi esse arbitreris, quia quod alicubi est continetur loco .
Stripped of metaphysical implications, the logic of Porphyry's was almost nominalist, b y Lloyd's account. M y remarks in this chapter do not contradict the drift of Lloyd's theory, but they do suggest that in the Isagoge there were several instances where Porphyry allowed his metaphysical ideas to 23 From the circle ofAlcuin to the school ofAuxerre if genus is merely a concept, then it is formulated by the mind from the observation of individuals; and so individuals must be conceptually prior to genera, since it will be from individuals that the concepts which constitute genera are derived: in short, to affirm the conceptual priority of genera is to deny that they are merely concepts.
1719 (s. viii-ix/s. 60 However, although the origin of the dicta Albini may have been separate from that of the other Passages, Alcuin's dicta is most intimately connected to them, since the dicta Candidi extends the ideas of the dicta Albini and is based on the same source, Augustine's De Trinitate, The Munich Passages appear, therefore, for the most part, to be integral; but are they original, or are they, as Lowe suggested, merely 55 66 57 58 59 60 O n this manuscript, see L. Delisle, 'Notice sur u n manuscrit de l'eglise de Lyon du temps de Charlemagne', Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Bibliotheque Nationale, 35,11, 1896, pp.
From the Circle of Alcuin to the School of Auxerre: Logic, Theology and Philosophy in the Early Middle Ages by John Marenbon