Chapter IV. Thought As Self-Thought
This is an electronic version of chapter IV, Thought as Self-Thought from the book:
Mortley, Raoul (1986) From Word to Silence, I. The rise and fall of logos. (Theophaneia Bd 30) Bonn: Hanstein, 1986.
Chapter Contents: Aristotle on the identity of being and thought 77; Aristotle on mind thinking itself 81; Nous in the Epicureans 82; the Stoics 83; the Sceptics 84; Philo continues the tradition of Nous as cause, as part of the pool of cosmic being, and the question of thought's self-thought 86; the Gnostics on self-thought and naming 88; Christ as Nous in Basilides 91; general conclusions on intellect. in the Greek tradition 92.
Raoul Mortley. "Chapter IV. Thought As Self-Thought" From Word to Silence, 1. The Rise and Fall of Logos (1986).
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