This new collection of essays explores the history of philosophy in the Middle Ages, deploying the latest analytical techniques to compare the influence of Classical traditions on Islamic, Judaist, and Christian thought.
- Pioneers use of Aristotelian categories to trace the history of philosophy in the monotheistic traditions of the Middle Ages
- Focuses on the central role played by Classical Greek influences, and enables comparisons with both ancient and modern philosophical positions
- Demonstrates the continuing relevance of medieval thought to contemporary students of philosophy
- Structured according to the Aristotelian curriculum - covering logic, natural philosophy, the soul, metaphysics, and practical philosophy