165 - Neither the Time Nor the Place: Hasdai Crescas
Ḥasdai Crescas shows Aristotelian physics who’s boss, by defending alternative conceptions of time, place and infinity.
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• R. Glasner, “Gersonides on Simple and Composite Motion,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 27 (1996), 545-84.
• W.Z. Harvey, Physics and Metaphysics in Ḥasdai Crescas (Amsterdam: 1998).
• H. Maccoby, “Crescas’s Concept of Time,” in G. Jarity and G. Moreno-Riano (eds), Time and Eternity: The Medieval Discourse (Turnhout: 2003), 163-70.
• T. Rudavsky, “The Theory of Time in Maimonides and Crescas,” Maimonidean Studies (1990), 143-62.
• H.A. Wolfson, Crescas’ Critique of Aristotle (Cambridge MA: 1929).