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The notion of ‘Properties’ : Tensions between Scientia and Ars in medieval natural philosophy and magic

Abstract : This chapter explores the various definitions and applications of the notion of "natural property" in the context of the description of nature and magic in the 13th century, before and after the diffusion of Avicenna's Canon, which had a decisive influence on the spread of this notion in the West.
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Isabelle Draelants. The notion of ‘Properties’ : Tensions between Scientia and Ars in medieval natural philosophy and magic. Sophie PAGE – Catherine RIDER, eds., The Routledge History of Medieval Magic, p. 169-186, 2019. ⟨halshs-03092184⟩

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