Minor in Classics: Medieval Philosophy - Medieval Philosophy from Arabic and Jewish thinkers to Aquinas CLAS 3382   Medieval Philosophy from Arabic and Jewish thinkers to Aquinas
CREDIT HOURS: 3
A study of texts which reflect the transformation of the ancient philosophical tradition within the works of medieval Arabic and Jewish thinkers and of the Latin Christians to whom they mediated ancient philosophy. Selections from al-Farabi, Moses Maimonides, Averroes, and Aquinas, among others will be read. Bonaventure's The Mind's Journey into God will be read in its entirety.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: CLAS 3381 or PHIL 2381 or permission of the instructor
CROSS-LISTING: RELS 3382.03, PHIL 2382.03
EXCLUSIONS: CLAS 3380X/Y.06, PHIL 2380X/Y.06