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Pratiques médiévales de réécriture. Le cas de la doctrine avicennienne du pouvoir de l’âme en dehors du corps

digital Pratiques médiévales de réécriture. Le cas de la doctrine avicennienne du pouvoir de l’âme en dehors du corps
Articolo
rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2016 - 2
titolo Pratiques médiévales de réécriture. Le cas de la doctrine avicennienne du pouvoir de l’âme en dehors du corps
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 09-2016
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In his De anima IV 4, Avicenna supports that man can act outside of his body and transform the natural world by the power of his soul; these ideas apply to fascination and prophecy. This article studies the reception of this doctrine in the West and the learned practices which accompanied it. It focuses on the way the Latin authors of the XIIIth century summarized and rewrited this doctrine, before the critical debate itself. They provoked a distortion of the thought of Avicenna by transforming his argument with two types of modification: the deletion of the concerned passage and its transformation into a doctrine of the power of the imagination at a distance. These two modalities had important repercussions on the reception of the doctrine of the power of the soul on the long lasting.