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This front matter section of this book Pietro Pomponazzis Erkenntnistheorie contains the Table of Contents, the Preface, Citations and Abbreviations used in the book and Photo Credits. The book explores the views on human knowledge on the basis of traditional sources by taking into the account of the current state of research of Renaissance philosopher Pietro Pomponazzi. Pomponazzi is mostly known for denying the human mind's immateriality (and immortality) in accordance with his radical understanding of Aristotelianism. The framework of Pomponazzi philosophy is quite similar to the Peripatetic tradition of the Middle Ages. In the field of epistemology and philosophical psychology, Pomponazzi program is precipitated in the development that can not be described without authorization as naturalization of human spirit. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aristotelianism; immateriality; immortality; Middle Ages; Peripatetic tradition; philosophical psychology; Pietro Pomponazzi



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