On Time and Imagination =
Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press (1987)
|Abstract||The second volume in this series devoted to the writings of the English Dominican Robert Kilwardby, this work presents the Latin text of two Oxford treatises from the 1250s--one on time, the other on imagination. The treatise on time discusses its reality, connection with change, unity and beginning, the instant and time's relationship to eternity; the one on imagination examines the way imagery is acquired, retained and transmitted, and the relation between heart and head in the workings of common sense.|
|Keywords||Time Early works to 1800 Imagination Early works to 1800 Imagery (Psychology Early works to 1800 Perception Early works to 1800|
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|Call number||BD638.K54 1987|
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