On Beings of Reason
This translation of Suarez's 54th Disputation documents the ancient Greek and Medieval sources of his discussion. It also considers Suarez's influence upon hitherto unknown late scholastic writers and the relevance of his intentionality theory to figures such as Descartes and Kant.
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54th Disputation absolute accident affirmation apprehended aptitude Aristotle attributed Averroes belong blind cause ceive character chimera Coimbra conceived concept copula Descartes Disputationes metaphysicae distinction diverse divine intellect division doctrine entail example extrinsic denomination fabricated fact fashioned Fichter fictions fictitious formal foundation in reality Francis Suarez Francisco Suarez Gabriel Vazquez genus goat-stag Hence Henry of Ghent ibid imaginary space inasmuch inhering insofar intrinsic Jesuit kind known lack Lugduni manner Marquette University Press Meinong Metaphysics nature negation or privation negations and privations negative non-being object opinion opposite Philosophical positive predicate presupposes privation and negation proper properly proposition rational real relation regard rela relation of reason Salamanca Scholastic Scorraille second intentions Section signified speaking species Suarezian Summa Theologiae taken Taurini theology Thomas Thomas Aquinas thought tion Trans translation true and real Vives XXVI