Contents: Foreword; Introduction, Henrik Lagerlund; The terminological and conceptual roots of representation in the soul in late ancient and medieval philosophy, Henrik Lagerlund; Abstract truth in Thomas Aquinas, Robert Pasnau; Representation in scholastic epistemology, Martin Tweedale; Rethinking representation in the middle ages: a vade-mecum to mediaeval theories of mental representation, Peter King; William Ockham and mental language, Mikko YrjA nsuuri; The matter of thought, Calvin G. Normore; Objective being in Descartes: that which we know or that by which we know?, Deborah Brown; Index of names.
Dr Henrik Lagerlund is Research Associate in the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge, UK. Henrik Lagerlund, Robert Pasnau, Martin Tweedale, Peter King, Mikko Yrjonsuuri, Calvin G. Normore,, Deborah Brown.
'The book offers a view of cutting-edge historiography about mental representation in the Middle Ages and beyond, and it is a valuable introduction to the theoretical issues. But it also raises points and problems which both historians and philosophers working on this subject cannot overlook.' Philosophy in Review