Averroes' De caelo. Ibn Rushd's Cosmology in his Commentaries on Aristotle's On the Heavens, 1995
By: Gerhard Endress
Title Averroes' De caelo. Ibn Rushd's Cosmology in his Commentaries on Aristotle's On the Heavens
Type Article
Language English
Date 1995
Journal Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
Volume 5
Pages 9–49
Categories Cosmology, Aristotle
Author(s) Gerhard Endress
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
Averroes defended philosophy by returning to the true Aristotle. For this purpose, Aristotle's book “On the Heaven,” in which he explained the eternity, uniqueness and movement of the universe, occupied a place of special importance. But the Aristotelian philosopher had a hard time holding his own in the face of contradictions within the book and with respect to Aristotle's later works. In his early Compendium, later Paraphrase, and final Long Commentary of De Caelo, Ibn Rushd continued the efforts of the Hellenistic commentators in order to integrate all the elements of his doctrine into a unified system, to harmonize his early cosmology with his later Metaphysics - the early doctrine of natural movement of the elements, and of the self-moving star-souls (a Platonic element), with the doctrine of potency and actuality and the theory of the First Mover - and to uphold his models of homocentric planetary spheres against the mathematical paradigm of Ptolemaic astronomy. By insisting throughout on demonstrative arguments based on rational principles, he asserted the philosophers' claim to irrefutable truth.

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Aristotle's Theology and its Influence on the Philosophers of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, 1993
By: Constantine Georgiadis
Title Aristotle's Theology and its Influence on the Philosophers of Islam, Judaism and Christianity
Type Article
Language English
Date 1993
Journal Dialogue and Humanism
Volume 3
Pages 11–23
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Date 1993
Journal Dialogue and Humanism
Volume 3
Pages 11–23
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Averroes' De caelo. Ibn Rushd's Cosmology in his Commentaries on Aristotle's On the Heavens, 1995
By: Gerhard Endress
Title Averroes' De caelo. Ibn Rushd's Cosmology in his Commentaries on Aristotle's On the Heavens
Type Article
Language English
Date 1995
Journal Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
Volume 5
Pages 9–49
Categories Cosmology, Aristotle
Author(s) Gerhard Endress
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
Averroes defended philosophy by returning to the true Aristotle. For this purpose, Aristotle's book “On the Heaven,” in which he explained the eternity, uniqueness and movement of the universe, occupied a place of special importance. But the Aristotelian philosopher had a hard time holding his own in the face of contradictions within the book and with respect to Aristotle's later works. In his early Compendium, later Paraphrase, and final Long Commentary of De Caelo, Ibn Rushd continued the efforts of the Hellenistic commentators in order to integrate all the elements of his doctrine into a unified system, to harmonize his early cosmology with his later Metaphysics - the early doctrine of natural movement of the elements, and of the self-moving star-souls (a Platonic element), with the doctrine of potency and actuality and the theory of the First Mover - and to uphold his models of homocentric planetary spheres against the mathematical paradigm of Ptolemaic astronomy. By insisting throughout on demonstrative arguments based on rational principles, he asserted the philosophers' claim to irrefutable truth.

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