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"Esse et Intelligere" en Tomás de Aquino Según el "Realismo Pensante" de Francisco Canals Vidal

MARTÍN F. ECHAVARRÍA
Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
T. 71, Fasc. 2/3, Metafísica: Perspectivas Históricas e seus Actores / Metaphysics: Historical Perspectives and its Actors (2015), pp. 545-566
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43630987
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Abstract

Francisco Canals Vidal é o principal expoente da Escola Tomista de Barcelona. Canals interpreta a teoria tomista do conhecimento à luz da afirmação, feita a partir de Cayetano, segundo a qual "entender é um certo ser". Com Tomás de Aquino, Canals distingue um duplex esse, material e imaterial. O ser imaterial é o ser do cognoscente enquanto cognoscente. Por meio do "ser cognitivo", o conhecedor, identificado com o conhecido, supera a limitação da sua finitude, tornando-se infinito de um certo modo. Enquanto, de um ponto de vista físico, o conhecimento é acidental e inerente a um sujeito, de um ponto de vista metafísico é "um certo ser." Francisco Canals Vidal is the main exponent of the Thomistic School of Barcelona. Canals interprets the Thomistic theory of knowledge in the light of the statement, taken from Cajetanus, "understanding is a certain being". With Aquinas, Canals distinguishes a duplex esse, material and immaterial. Immaterial being is the being of the knower qua knower. By means of the "cognitive being", the knower, identified with the known, overcomes the limitation of his finitude, becoming infinite in a certain mode. While, from a physical point of view, human knowledge is accidental and inherent in a subject, from a metaphysical point of view "is a certain being".

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