This article is aimed to investigate the medieval sources of the Rosminian “principle of cognition”. After briefly considering the different ways in which Rosmini presents it, I shall analyze his medieval references, especially focusing on Bonaventure and duns Scotus, who seem to be the most relevant among them. At the same time, this particular focus shall not prevent me from considering Thomas Aquinas and his school (Gilles of Rome, dominic of flanders) since they allow Rosmini to demonstrate the identity of his account of the “ideal being” with the Aristotelian intellect.

Le fonti medievali del principio di cognizione rosminiano

Gian Pietro Soliani
2020

Abstract

This article is aimed to investigate the medieval sources of the Rosminian “principle of cognition”. After briefly considering the different ways in which Rosmini presents it, I shall analyze his medieval references, especially focusing on Bonaventure and duns Scotus, who seem to be the most relevant among them. At the same time, this particular focus shall not prevent me from considering Thomas Aquinas and his school (Gilles of Rome, dominic of flanders) since they allow Rosmini to demonstrate the identity of his account of the “ideal being” with the Aristotelian intellect.
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