Albert of Saxony
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Who is Albert of Saxony?
Albert of Saxony was a German philosopher known for his contributions to logic and physics. He was bishop of Halberstadt from 1366 until his death.
- born in (695 years ago) in Helmstedt
- profession: Philosopher
- died on (625 years ago) in Halberstadt
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by Stephen F. Brown, Juan Carlos Flores
Albert of Saxony 's Twenty-five Disputed Questions on Logic. Leiden: Brill, 2002. (Albert of Saxony) - Weisheipl, J. A.,'ed. Albertus Magnus and the Sciences: Commemorative Essays. de Libera, A. Albert le Grand et la ...
Philosophy Between 500 and 1500 by Henrik Lagerlund
Springer, Vienna Albert of Saxony (1988) Perutilis logica. O Lo ́gica Muyu ́til, ...
by Professor Edward Craig, Edward Craig
ALBERT OF SAXONY best to do. Since one variety of akrasia is the inability to act as one thinks right, akrasia is obviously important to the moral philosopher, but it is also frequently discussed in the context of philosophy of action. Akrasia is of ...
by Edward Craig
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