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Author(s): Hartmann, Elke (Berlin) | Hartmann, Jana (Gießen RWG)
Hartmann, Elke (Berlin) A. Philosophy (CT) [German version] 1. Ancient Basis of the Term (CT) As a term in the history of philosophy Alexandrinism describes a direction of Aristotelianism informed by the writings of the most significant ancient Aristotelian commentator, Alexander of Aphrodisias. By removing inconsistencies in the works of Aristotle, Alexander endeavoured (around AD 200 ) to present a naturalistic base position. His doctrine of the threefold nous had particularly far-reaching influence: he distinguishes 1. the physikós nous, which primarily describes the nóesis…