Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2008. — 450 p. — (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, 10). — ISBN: 9004167528Medieval commentary writing has often been described as a way of "doing philosophy," and not without reason. The various commentaries on Aristotle's "Categories" we have from this period did not simply elaborate a dialectical exercise for training students; rather, they provided their authors with an unparalleled opportunity to work through crucial philosophical problems, many of which remain with US today.Contents Preface The Importance of Medieval Commentaries on Aristotle’s Categories The Medieval Posterity of Simplicius ’ Commentary on the Categories Avicenna The Commentator Albertus Magnus On the Subject of Aristotle’s Categories Interconnected Literal Commentaries on the Categories in the Middle Ages Thomas Aquinas on Establishing the Identity of Aristotle’s Categories Reading Aristotle’s Categories as an Introduction to Logic Simon of Faversham on Aristotle’s Categories and The Scientia Praedicamentorum Duns Scotus’s Account of a Propter Quid Science of the Categories Fine-tuning Pini’s Reading of Scotus ’s Categories Commentary How Is Scotus’s Logic Related to His Metaphysics? A Reply to Todd Bates John Buridan: On Aristotle’s Categories A Realist Interpretation of the Categories in the Fourteenth Century Thomas Maulevelt’s Denial of Substance Categories and Universals in the Later Middle Ages Bibliography Index
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