152 - Richard Taylor on Averroes
Averroes scholar Richard C. Taylor joins Peter to talk about Averroes' views on the relation between Islam and philosophy.
In addition to Prof Taylor's publications mentioned under further reading for episode 151:
• R.C. Taylor, “Themistius and the development of Averroes' noetics,” in Medieval Perspectives on Aristotle's De Anima, ed. R.L. Friedman and J.-M. Counet (Louvain: 2013), 1-38.
• R.C. Taylor, “Aquinas and the Arabs: Aquinas’s First Critical Encounter with the Doctrine of Averroes on the Intellect, In 2 Sent. d. 17, q. 2, a. 1,” in Philosophical Psychology in Arabic Thought and the Latin Aristotelianism of the 13th Century, ed. L.X. López-Farjeat and J. Tellkamp (Paris: 2013), 142-83 and 277-96.
• R.C. Taylor, “Textual and Philosophical Issues in Averroes’ Long Commentary on the De Anima of Aristotle” in The Letter before the Spirit.The Importance of Text Editions for the Study of the Reception of Aristotle, ed. A.M.I. van Oppenraaij and R.S. van Gelder-Fontaine, (Leiden: 2012), 267-87.
• R.C. Taylor, “Averroes on the Ontology of the Human Soul,” Muslim World 102 (2012) 580-96.
• R.C. Taylor, “Averroes on the Sharīʿah of the Philosophers,” in The Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Heritage: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives in the Abrahamic Traditions, ed. R.C. Taylor and I. Omar (Milwaukee: 2012), 283-304.
Richard C. Taylor's website with a full list of publications.