A Self-Forming Vessel: Aristotle, Plasticity, and the Developing Nature of the Intellect

Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 51 (3):259-274 (2020)
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Highlighting the relations between De Anima II.5 and De Anima III.4, this paper argues that Aristotle held a surprisingly dynamic view of the intellect. According to this view, the intellect is in...

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S. F. Kislev
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