Platonic Ideas and Concept Formation in Ancient and Medieval Thought

Leuven University Press (2004)
Abstract
From an epistemological viewpoint, the Forms constitute the objects of true knowledge. From an ontological point of view, they are the principles that underlie the order of the universe.
Keywords Neoplatonism  Platonists  Concepts  Néo-platonisme  Philosophie ancienne  Philosophie médiévale
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Call number B517.P54 2004
ISBN(s) 9058674304   9789058674302
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