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Aristotle's Theology  

Stephen Menn

Print publication date:
Aug 2012
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Nov 2012
When Aristotle speaks of theologikê, he means not the study of a single God, but the study of gods and divine things in general. He never uses the phrase “the unmoved mover” to pick out ... More

Metaphysics and Logic of the Trinity  

Dale Tuggy

Recent work by analytic philosophers on the Trinity takes a mysterious 5th-century document as its starting point, accepting widespread but inaccurate narratives about the history of ... More

Presocratic Theology  

T. M. Robinson

Print publication date:
Oct 2008
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Sep 2009
If in the context of early and classical Greek thought, the term “theology” is taken to mean “of God/gods/the gods and his/their putative relationship, causal and directive, to the world ... More

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