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Author: Ricardo Salles
ISBN: 0199556148
Language: English
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 30, 2009)
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The Stoic god is best described as the single active physical principle that governs the whole cosmos

The Stoic god is best described as the single active physical principle that governs the whole cosmos. The first part of the book covers three essential topics in Stoic theology: the active and demiurgical character of god, his corporeal nature and irreducibility to matter, and fate as the network of causes through which god acts upon the cosmos. The second part turns to Stoic cosmology, and how it relates to other cosmologies of the time. The third part examines the ethical and religious consequences of the Stoic theories of god and cosmos. Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA.

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The Stoic god is best described as the single active physical principle that governs the whole cosmos. The extent and objects of divine activity in Stoicism. Thomas Benatouil 2: The Stoics on matter and prime-matter: corporealism and the imprint of Plato's Timaeus, Jean-Baptiste Gourinat 3: Chain of causes: what is Stoic Fate?, Susan Sauvé Meyer Part II: Elements, cosmogony and conflagration 4: Chrysippus on Physical Elements, John Cooper 5: Chrysippus on conflagration and the indestructibility of the.

Similar books and articles. Ricardo Salles - 2009 - In God and Cosmos in Stoicism. Oxford University Press. Does Cosmic Nature Matter? : Some Reflections on the Cosmological Aspects of Stoic Ethics. Marcelo Boeri - 2009 - In Ricardo Salles (e., God and Cosmos in Stoicism. pp. 173. How Industrious Can Zeus Be? : The Extent and Objects of Divine Activity in Stoicism. Added to PP index 2009-09-15. Total views 2 ( of 2,267,482 ). Recent downloads (6 months) 1 ( of 2,267,482 ). How can I increase my downloads?

His conclusion is based on two facts: scientific method proposes coherent rationality of the Cosmos and that moderate realism is epistemology of all creative scientists.

His conclusion is based on two facts: scientific method proposes coherent rationality of the Cosmos and that moderate realism is epistemology of all creative scientists. elements in philosophical perspective, by author, necessary leads to classical a posteriori metaphysical proofs of existence of God. He finds special confirmation of his thesis in Gödel’s theorems and its application in cosmology that proves contingence of the Universe, which is a basic principle of all a posteriori proofs of God existence.

Download books for free. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format. Chain of Causes : What is Stoic Fate? Susan Sauvé Meyer - 2009 - In Ricardo Salles (e. Stoic Philosophical Theology and Graeco-Roman Religion. Keimpe Algra - 2009 - In Ricardo Salles (e. Is God a Mindless Vegetable?

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This is a collective study, in nine new essays, of the close connection between theology and cosmology in Stoic philosophy. The Stoic god is best described as the single active physical principle that governs the whole cosmos. The first part of the book covers three essential topics in Stoic theology: the active and demiurgical character of god, his corporeal nature and irreducibility to matter, and fate as the network of causes through which god acts upon the cosmos. The second part turns to Stoic cosmology, and how it relates to other cosmologies of the time. The third part examines the ethical and religious consequences of the Stoic theories of god and cosmos.