André de Muralt, "L'Enjeu de la philosophie médiévale: Etudes thomistes, scotistes, occamiennes et grégoriennes" [Book Review]

Journal of the History of Philosophy 32 (3):491 (1994)
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Ce volume dégage les racines médiévales des thèmes principaux de la philosophie contemporaine. Il montre les conséquences de la distinctio formalis sur les notions médiévales et modernes de la causalité, par là sur celles de l'esse objectivum et du signifié propositionnel dans le connaître humain. This book examines the medieval origin of certain themes in modern and contemporary philosophy. It shows the consequences of the distinctio formalis on medieval and modern conceptions of causality, including those of the esse objectivum and on the complexe significatum .

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