John Scottus Eriugena on the Composition of Material Bodies

British Journal for the History of Philosophy 19 (3):385 - 393 (2011)
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This paper examines John Scottus Eriugena's account of material bodies. Some scholars have argued that Eriugena's account prefigures Berkeleyan idealism. The interpretation offered in the paper rejects the Berkeleyan interpretation on the grounds that Eriugena, unlike Berkeley, did not propose a thoroughly immaterialist view of reality



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