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Concept, process, and reality / Charles De Koninck. [Electronic resource]

By: Koninck, Charles de, 1906-1965Subject(s): Aristotle -- Metaphysics | One (the One in philosophy) | Whole and parts (Philosophy) | Many (Philosophy)Online Resources: CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPY OF TEXT In: Laval thélogique et philosophique (ISSN 023-9054) v. 2. 2 (1946), p. 141-146
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It is taken for granted that Thomistic doctrine can neither assimilate, nor account for, one of the most fundamental ideas of philosophy, which modern thought, since Nicholas of Cusa, has set in bold relief: the idea of process extended to otherwise irreducible natures.

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20/08/2022

It is taken for granted that Thomistic doctrine can neither assimilate, nor account for, one of the most fundamental ideas of philosophy, which modern thought, since Nicholas of Cusa, has set in bold relief: the idea of process extended to otherwise irreducible natures.

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