Physiologia : Natural Philosophy in Late Aristotelian and Cartesian Thought / Dennis Des Chene.
- Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press, 
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- Philosophy of nature.
Physics -- Philosophy.
- In English.
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- Sixteenth-century Aristotelianism was the culmination of four centuries of commentary and criticism. Physiologia is one of the first books to provide an accessible and comprehensive guide to that tradition in natural philosophy. In an incisive and readable treatment, Dennis Des Chene illuminates the continuities and disruptions between medieval and modern philosophy and promotes a new understanding of the philosophical setting in which modern notions of science emerged.
Abbreviations and Orthographical Conventions
PART 1: Vicaria Dei
1. Natural Change
2. Motus, Potentia, Actus
3. Form, Privation, and Substance
4. Matter, Quantity, and Figure
5. The Structure of Physical Substance
6. Finality and Final Causes
7. Nature and Counternature
PART II: Bodies in Motion
8. Motion and Its Causes
9. Parts of Matter
10. World without Ends
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- De Gruyter.
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- De Gruyter University Press Library.
- Publisher Number:
- 10.7591/9781501723711 doi
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