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The Resource John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam) : Libri III - IV

John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam) : Libri III - IV

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John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam) : Libri III - IV
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John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam)
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John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam) : Libri III - IV
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John Buridan, Quaestiones Super Octo Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (secundum Ultimam Lecturam) : Libri III - IV
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Introduction (Bakker -Streijger) -- {u200E}Guide to the Text (Sylla) -- {u200E}1. Introduction -- {u200E}2. Authors of Questions on Books III and IV of the Physics Related to Buridan's Questions -- {u200E}Group 1a: Commentaries Written before the 1320s -- {u200E}Group 1b: Commentaries Written in the Period Just before Buridan -- {u200E}Group 2: Works of Buridan's Approximate Contemporaries in Paris -- {u200E}Group 3: Commentaries Written Some Decades or More after Buridan -- {u200E}3. The Questions on Book III -- {u200E}3.1. Buridan's Questions on Motion: Questions III.1-13 -- {u200E}3.2. Buridan's Questions on Infinity: Questions III.14-19 -- {u200E}4. The Questions on Book IV -- {u200E}4.1. Buridan's Questions on Place: Questions IV.1-6 -- {u200E}4.2. Buridan's Questions on the Vacuum: Questions IV.7-11 -- {u200E}4.3. Buridan's Questions on Time: Questions IV.12-16 -- {u200E}5. Conclusion (and Warning to the Reader) -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Conspectus siglorum et compendiorum -- {u200E}{u27E8}Tabula quaestionum tertii libri Physicorum{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.1{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum necesse sit ignorato motu ignorare naturam{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.2{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum ad alterationem requiratur fluxus distinctus ab alterabili et a qualitate secundum quam est alteratio{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.3{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum qualitates contrariae, ut albedo et nigredo, caliditas et frigiditas, possint se compati simul in eodem subiecto secundum aliquos gradus ipsarum{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.4{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum qualitas secundum quam est alteratio per se et proprie dicta, continua et temporalis, acquiratur tota simul vel pars post partem{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.5{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum in alteratione pars qualitatis quae prius acquiritur maneat cum parte quae posterius acquiritur{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.6{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum motus localis sit vel utrum haec sit vera 'motus localis est'{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.7{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum motus localis sit res distincta a loco et ab eo quod localiter movetur{u27E9}
  • {u200E}{u27E8}III.8{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum de necessitate motus localis sit habere terminos positivos praeter fluxum, scilicet terminum a quo et terminum ad quem{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.9{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum motus sit de essentia termini ad quem est{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.10{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum omnis motus sit actus entis in potentia{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.11{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum definitio motus sit bona in qua dicitur quod motus est actus entis in potentia secundum quod in potentia{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.12{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum omnis motus sit subiective in mobili vel movente vel in utroque{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.13{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum omnis actio sit passio et econtra{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.14{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum sit aliquod corpus sensibile actu infinitum{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.15{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum sit aliqua magnitudo infinita{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.16{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum linea aliqua gyrativa sit infinita{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.17{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum omni numero sit numerus maior{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.18{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum in quolibet continuo infinitae sint partes{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}III.19{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum possibile sit infinitam esse magnitudinem et in infinitas partes lineam esse divisam{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}Tabula quaestionum quarti libri Physicorum{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.1{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum omnis locus sit aequalis locato suo{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.2{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum locus sit terminus corporis continentis{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.3{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum locus sit immobilis{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.4{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum definitio loci quam assignat Aristoteles sit bona, qua dicitur 'locus est terminus corporis continentis immobilis primum'{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.5{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum terra sit in aqua sive in superficie aquae tamquam in loco suo proprio et naturali{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.6{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum ultima sphaera, scilicet suprema, sit in loco{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.7{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum possibile sit vacuum esse{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.8{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum possibile sit esse vacuum per aliquam potentiam{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.9{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum in motibus gravium et levium ad sua loca naturalia tota successio proveniat ex resistentia medii{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.10{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum, si vacuum esset, grave moveretur in eo{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.11{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum rarefactio et condensatio sint possibiles vel utrum possibile sit aliquid rarefieri vel condensari{u27E9}
  • {u200E}{u27E8}IV.12{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum tempus sit motus{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.13{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum definitio temporis in qua dicitur 'tempus est numerus motus secundum prius et posterius' sit bona{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.14{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum cuiuslibet motus tempus sit mensura{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.15{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum quies mensuretur tempore{u27E9} -- {u200E}{u27E8}IV.16{u27E9}. {u27E8}Utrum tempus esset, quamvis non esset aliqua anima intellectiva{u27E9} -- {u200E}Index locorum -- {u200E}Index codicum manu scriptorum -- {u200E}Index nominum
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