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oa Litnet Akademies : 'n Joernaal vir die Geesteswetenskappe, Natuurwetenskappe, Regte en Godsdienswetenskappe - Die Arabiese trajek in die Karolingiese periode van Middeleeuse filosofie

Volume 15 Number 3
  • ISSN : 1995-5928

 

Abstract

Hierdie artikel verskaf ‘n bygewerkte oorsig (met inbegrip van ‘n analitiese en sintetiese verwerking van die mees onlangse navorsing) van die mees belangwekkende filosofiese ontwikkelinge in die sogenaamde Karolingiese periode (742–877) in Middeleeuse filosofie. Na ‘n inleiding ten opsigte van die filosofiese ontwikkelinge in die Latynse Weste (Alcuin en Eriugena) word oorbeweeg na ‘n sistematiese bespreking van die Arabiese uitset, met verwysing na Alkindi, Albumasar, Alrazi, Alfarabi en Israeli. Die verwerking van die mees uitstaande onlangse bydraes sluit in die Arabies-Engelse Alkindi-vertalings van Adamson en Pormann (2012), die heruitgawe en bywerking van die eerste Arabies-Engelse Israeli-vertaling (Altmann en Stern 2009) en die mees onlangse uitsette van SPES (Society for the Promotion of Eriugenian Studies).

The Arabic trajectory in the Carolingian period of Medieval philosophy

This article, by analysing, annotating and interpreting the most recent research in all relevant departments, provides a fresh and updated overview of the most important philosophical developments during the early Middle Ages, the "real Dark Ages", which the author periodises as the Carolingian period (742 [birth Charlemagne] – 877 [death Eriugena]).

After a thorough introduction of philosophical developments in the Latin West, meagre as they were (with the exception of Alcuin and Eriugena), the article proceeds to a systematic review of the rich and erudite Arabic developments in philosophy, mainly from the centre of Baghdad, during the Abbasid caliphate (750–1258).

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