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The historiographical concept 'system of philosophy' : its origin, nature, influence, and legitimacy, by Leo Catana

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The historiographical concept 'system of philosophy' : its origin, nature, influence, and legitimacy
Title
The historiographical concept 'system of philosophy'
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its origin, nature, influence, and legitimacy
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by Leo Catana
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Language
eng
Summary
Jacob Brucker (1696-1770) established the history of philosophy as a philosophical discipline in the 1740s. In order to separate this new discipline from other historical disciplines, he introduced the historiographical concept 'system of philosophy'
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Dewey number
107.2/2
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
B53
LC item number
.C367 2008eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Brill's studies in intellectual history,
Series volume
v. 165
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The historiographical concept 'system of philosophy' : its origin, nature, influence, and legitimacy, by Leo Catana
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-368) and indexes
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Cover13; -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Citations -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter One The Concept 'System of Philosophy': The Case of Jacob Brucker's Historiography of Philosophy -- I. Introduction -- II. The Notion 'System of Philosophy' as a Historiographical Tool in Brucker's Historia critica philosophiae -- III. Brucker's Historiographical Notion 'System of Philosophy' and the Notions 'Syncretism' and 'Eclecticism' -- IV. The Usefulness of the Concept 'System of Philosophy' -- Chapter Two Brucker's Practice I: His Exposition of Bruno -- I. Brucker's Exposition of Bruno's Philosophy and Earlier Histories of Philosophy -- II. Direct Sources: Brucker's List of Bruno's Works and his Use of them -- III. Brucker's Exclusion of Bruno's Lullian Works -- IV. Indirect Sources -- V. Bruno's so-called Circumstances -- VI. Brucker on Bruno's 'System of Philosophy' -- VII. Did Bruno Endorse a System of Philosophy? -- Conclusion -- Chapter Three Brucker's Practice II: His Expositions of Thales, Plato and Aristotle -- I. Is Brucker's Exposition of Bruno Representative? -- II. Brucker on Thales -- (i) Sources to Thales' Philosophy -- (ii) Does Brucker Attribute a System of Philosophy to Thales? -- (iii) General Principles in Thales' System of Philosophy -- (iv) Brucker's Reconstruction of Thales' System of Philosophy -- (v) Is Brucker's Exposition of Thales' Philosophy Adequate? -- III. Brucker on Plato -- (i) Brucker's Approach to Plato's Philosophy -- (ii) Sources to Plato's Philosophy -- (iii) Does Brucker Attribute a System of Philosophy to Plato? -- (iv) General Principles in Plato's System of Philosophy -- (v) Brucker's Reconstruction of Plato's System of Philosophy -- (vi) Is Brucker's Reconstruction of Plato's Philosophy Adequate? -- IV. Brucker on Aristotle -- (i) Sources to Aristotle's Philosophy -- (ii) Does Brucker Attribute a System of Philosophy to Aristotle? -- (iii) General Principles in Aristotle's System of Philosophy -- (iv) Brucker's Reconstruction of Aristotle's System of Philosophy -- (v) Is Brucker's Exposition of Aristotle's Philosophy Adequate? -- Conclusion -- Chapter Four Giordano Bruno's Hermeneutics: Observations on the Bible in De monade (1591) -- I. The Main Source for Bruno's Interpretation of the Bible -- II. The Historiographical Tradition -- III. Bruno's Theory of Nine Levels of Meaning in Divinely Inspired Texts -- (i) The Range of Texts on which the Theory can be Applied -- (ii) The Infi nity and Profundity of Divine Language -- (iii) The Application of the Theory -- (iv) The Sources for the Nine Individual Levels of Meaning -- IV. Uses of the Hermeneutic Theory outside De monade -- Conclusion -- Chapter Five Apologetic Strains in Brucker's Historiography of Philosophy -- I. Confl icting Statements regarding the Objectivity of Brucker's Historiography -- II. Brucker on the Relationship between Philosophy and Revelation -- III. Historiographical Implications of Brucker's Conception of Philosophy -- IV. Heumann on the Relationship between Philosophy and Revelation -- V. Melanchton on the Relationship between Philosophy and Revelation -- VI. Heumann's Scheme of Periodization -- VII. Keckermann's Pedagogical and Methodological Reform -- VIII. Brucker's Immediate Background: Eclecticism -- Conclusion -- Chapter Six The Infl uence of the Historiographical Concept 'System of Philosophy' -- I. Internal and External Infl uences -- II. History of Phi
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1 online resource (xvi, 384 pages)
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9789047433361
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10.1163/ej.9789004166486.i-388
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