Philosophy of Nature

This course introduces the philosophical study of nature through the reading of original works of Aristotle and Aquinas and selected secondary readings that emphasize the relationship between the philosophy of nature and modern science.

This course, taught by Michael K. Grace at St. John’s Seminary, introduces the philosophical study of nature through the reading of original works of Aristotle and Aquinas and selected secondary readings that emphasize the relationship between the philosophy of nature and modern science.

Seminary: St. John’s Seminary
Keywords: history of science, physics, philosophy of science, nature

Philosophy of Nature

 

 

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