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Medieval theories of transcendentals / Wouter Goris and Jan Aertsen. [Electronic resource]

By: Goris, WouterContributor(s): Aertsen, JanSubject(s): TranscendentalsOnline Resources: CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPY OF TEXT In: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy / Edward N. Zalta, ed (ISSN 1095-5054)
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Contents: 1. General outline of the doctrine of transcendentals.-- 2. Sources of the doctrine of transcendentals.-- 3. Transcendentals and predication.-- 4. Three models of the transcendentals: Thomas aquinas, Henry of Ghent and Eckhart, and John Duns Scotus.-- 4.1. The first model: God as the cause of transcendental being (Thomas Aquinas).-- 4. 2. The second model: The theological transformation of the first concepts (Henry of Ghent and Eckhart).-- 4. 3. The third model: being as univocally common to God and creature (Duns Scotus).-- 5. Transcendentals as first objects of the intellect.-- 6. Transcendentals and metaphysics.-- 7. The transcendental 'One' .-- 8. The transcendental 'True".-- 9. The transcendental 'Good'.-- Bibliography.-- Other internet resources.

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