'per Se Notum': Die Logische Beschaffenheit Des Selbstverständlichen Im Denken Des Thomas Von Aquin

Die logische Beschaffenheit des Selbstverständlichen im Denken des Thomas von Aquin
 
 
Brill (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 1. Oktober 1995
 
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According to the Aristotelian philosophy of science, the principles of demonstation do not themselves need to be proved. Why not? What is peculiar to them? To show that, Scholasticism makes use of a phrase derived from Boethius: the principles are "per se nota" ("selbstverstdndlich" in the German translation adopted in this work). Thomas Aquinas in particular addresses in a few telling passages in his works the conditions that make a proposition "per se nota." This work tries to clarify the conditions stated by Aquinas. On the one hand it illustrates the context in which these conditions are introduced, namely the question of the self-evidence of the existence of God; on the other hand, it deals with the historical background and the philosophical prerequisites of Aquinas' position. All this not only provides a historically based interpretation of Aquinas' thought, but also offers a rich supply of material to reconstruct an important chapter in the history of ideas.
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978-90-04-10368-9 (9789004103689)
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Luca F: Tuninetti (Lovere, Italy, 1963), took his degree in Philosophy at the University of Genua (1988) and his Dr. phil. at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich (1994). He has published an Italian translation of Aquinas' Quaestiones disputatae De potentia q. 1-3 as well as some papers on Augustine's and Aquinas' philosophy.
Einleitung I. Das "per se notum" in den WErken des Thomas von Aquin II. Das "per se notum" in der scholastischen Tradition vor Thomas III. Der logische Gescichtspunkt IV. Die Bedingungen der Selbstverstandlichkeit Schluss Zitierte Texte Indices
'...l'ouvrage est un excellent travail d'historien amplement informe.'
E.H. Weber, Revue des Sciences Philos. & Theol., 1996.
'Tuninetti's discussion of the cluster of ideas centering on the per se notum in Aquinas is thoroughly rewarding, especially since he provides such an extensive amount of basic texts to support his analyses.'
Ivan Boh, Speculum, 1998.
According to the Aristotelian philosophy of science, the principles of demonstation do not themselves need to be proved. Why not? What is peculiar to them? To show that, Scholasticism makes use of a phrase derived from Boethius: the principles are "per se nota" ("selbstverständlich" in the German translation adopted in this work). Thomas Aquinas in particular addresses in a few telling passages in his works the conditions that make a proposition "per se nota". This work tries to clarify the conditions stated by Aquinas. On the one hand it illustrates the context in which these conditions are introduced, namely the question of the self-evidence of the existence of God; on the other hand, it deals with the historical background and the philosophical prerequisites of Aquinas' position. All this not only provides a historically based interpretation of Aquinas' thought, but also offers a rich supply of material to reconstruct an important chapter in the history of ideas.

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