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Title

Review of Lloyd P. Gerzon (ed.), Graceful Reason: Essays in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

AuthorsPeña, Lorenzo
KeywordsFilosofía medieval
Filosofía antigua
Zenón
Potencia
Aristóteles
Veatch
Giro transcendental
Cornelio Fabro
C. J. de Vogel
Platón
Santo Tomás de Aquino
Dios
Verdades eternas
Maimónides
Plotino
Alberto Magno
John M. Rist
Medieval philosophy
Ancient philosophy
Aristotle
Zeno
Potency
Transcendental turn
Plato
Aquinas
God
Eternal truths
Plotinus
Albert the Great
Issue DateMay-1989
PublisherBar-Ilan University (Israel)
CitationPhilosophia XIX/1(1989)73-79
AbstractThis is a collection of essays in ancient and medieval philosophy, with papers: by Walter Leszl, on Zeno; G. Verbeke on the meaning of potency in Aristotle; H.B. Veatch on the transcendental turn; Cornelio Fabro on the ground of being; C.J. de Vogel on Plato and Aristotle in Aquinas' Doctrine of God; N. Wells on Araujo's view of eternal truths; and other papers dealing with themes in Aristotle, Aquinas, Maimonides, Plotinus, Albert the Great, etc. Among the authors are Ralph McInerny, John M. Rist and other distinguished scholars.
DescriptionReseña de la antología de Gerzon dedicada a Owens
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/13536
ISSN0048-3893
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