El comentario de Giacomo Zabarella a "De anima" III, 5: una interpretación mortalista de la psicología de Aristóteles

Ingenium. Revista Electrónica de Pensamiento Moderno y Metodología En Historia de la Ideas 6 (6):27-56 (2012)
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An important part of Aristotelianism has revolved around the different interpretations given to the famous fifth chapter of Aristotle’s De Anima lll. The brevity with which he spoke about an intellectual agent principle described as divine and everlasting has led to a lengthy debate between those who argue that this principle is part of the individual soul and those who think that it must be placed outside the individual intellectual powers. Among the latter, the interpretation of the Renaissance Aristotelian Giacomo Zabarella, a great expert on classical Greek and Aristotle’s works, is still one of the most influential



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