History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps podcast

History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, "without any gaps". www.historyofphilosophy.net

Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, "without any gaps". www.historyofphilosophy.net

 

#455

HoP 448 - Secondary Schools - Iberian Scholasticism

The “School of Salamanca,” founded by Francisco Vitoria, and the commentators of Coimbra are at the center of a movement sometimes called the “Second Scholastic.” ... Read more

23 Jun 2024

20 MINS

20:01

23 Jun 2024


#454

HoP 447 - Andrés Messmer on Spanish Protestantism

Yes, there were Spanish Protestants! Andrew (Andrés) Messmer joins us to explain how they drew on humanism and philosophy to argue for their religious agenda. ... Read more

09 Jun 2024

29 MINS

29:04

09 Jun 2024


#453

HoP 446 - Not Doubting Thomas - the Aquinas Revival

Cajetan, Bañez and other thinkers make Aquinas a central figure of Counter-Reformation thought; we focus on their theories about analogy and the soul. ... Read more

26 May 2024

25 MINS

25:20

26 May 2024


#452

HoP 445 - Band of Brothers - the Jesuits

Ignatius of Loyola’s movement begins modestly, but winds up having a global impact on education and philosophy. ... Read more

12 May 2024

22 MINS

22:21

12 May 2024


#451

HoP 444 - The Dark Night Rises - Spanish Mysticism

Teresa of Ávila and John of the Cross push the boundaries of individual spirituality and offer philosophically informed accounts of mystical experience. ... Read more

28 Apr 2024

23 MINS

23:13

28 Apr 2024


#450

HoP 443 - Marketplace of Letters - Iberian Humanism

Fray Luis de Leon, Antonio Nebrija, Beatriz Galindo and other scholars bring the Renaissance to Spain. ... Read more

14 Apr 2024

21 MINS

21:47

14 Apr 2024


#449

HoP 442 - Scott Williams on Disability and the New World

In this interview we learn about the main issues in modern-day philosophy of disability, and the relevance of this topic for the European encounter with the Americas. ... Read more

31 Mar 2024

43 MINS

43:27

31 Mar 2024


#448

HoP 441 - Lambs to the Slaughter - Debating the New World

Bartholomé De las Casas argues against opponents, like Sepúlveda, who believed that Europeans had a legal and moral right to rule over and exploit the indigenous peoples of the Americas. ... Read more

17 Mar 2024

20 MINS

20:54

17 Mar 2024


#447

HoP 440 - Longitudinal Studies - Exploration and Science

Iberian expeditions to the Americas inspire scientists, and Matteo Ricci’s religious mission to Asia becomes an encounter between European and Chinese philosophy. ... Read more

03 Mar 2024

17 MINS

17:31

03 Mar 2024


#446

HoP 439 - Cancel Culture - The Inquisition

How religious persecution and censorship shaped the context of philosophy in Catholic Europe in the sixteenth century. ... Read more

18 Feb 2024

24 MINS

24:07

18 Feb 2024


#445

HoP 438 - Don't Give Up Pope - Catholic Reformation

How the Counter-Reformation or Catholic Reformation created a context for philosophy among Catholics, especially in Spain, Portugal, and Italy. ... Read more

04 Feb 2024

18 MINS

18:26

04 Feb 2024


#444

HoP 437 - Jennifer Rampling on Renaissance Alchemy

An expert on Renaissance alchemy tells us how this art related to philosophy at the time... and how she has tried to reproduce its results! ... Read more

21 Jan 2024

34 MINS

34:59

21 Jan 2024


#443

HoP 436 - Unpathed Waters, Undreamed Shores - Robert Fludd

Our last figure of the English Renaissance undertakes daring investigations of chemistry, medicine, agriculture, and cosmology – and gets accused of magic and Rosicrucianism. ... Read more

07 Jan 2024

19 MINS

19:29

07 Jan 2024


#442

HoP 435 - Metal More Attractive - William Gilbert and Magnetism

The cosmological and methodological implications of breakthroughs in the understanding of magnetism and electricity at the turn of the 17th century. ... Read more

24 Dec 2023

17 MINS

17:54

24 Dec 2023


#441

HoP 434 - The Eye Sees Not Itself But By Reflection - Theories of Vision

Changing ideas about eyesight, light, mirror images, and refraction – and the skeptical worries they may have inspired. ... Read more

10 Dec 2023

20 MINS

20:00

10 Dec 2023