Translating Experience.
Medieval Encounters with Nature, Self, God

Conference held at Durham University, 5-6 June 2017


The Light of Nature? No “Experience” in the Middle Ages!

by Katja Krause and Nicola Polloni


Aquinas on Experience and Its Scope

by Therese Cory


The “obscure and hidden” work of the vegetal soul in Thomas Aquinas

by David Cory


Experience and Self-Knowledge in Petrus Hispanus’s Theory of the Soul

by Celia López Alcalde


A Matter of Priorities: Avicenna’s Solution to Meno’s Paradox and Its implications for the Sciences

by Jon McGinnis


Translating Truth into Images in al-Fārābī’s Polis

by Nicholas Oschman


The “Sacrifice of Isaac” as God’s Self-Testing in the XIII Century Spanish Kabbalah

by Federico Dal Bo


The Place of Observation and Experience in the Quest for True Knowledge among Jewish Aristotelians in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries

by Steven Harvey


Ars experimentalis: Experience in Demonstrative and Productive Disciplines

by José Higuera Rubio


Experience and Natural Philosophy in Italian Renaissance Scholasticism: Gomes of Lisbon’s Scotistic Response to Nicoletto Vernia

by Mário Correia