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With unsurpassed clarity , Thomas distinguishes between two " apprehensive ” faculties , intellect and reason ; these have their corresponding intellectually appetitive faculties , will and liberum arbitrium or free choice .
Thomas Aquinas and the primacy of Intellect listening to the divine voice ) , at once awoke an answering chord . ” If one comes to Thomas and Duns Scotus from Augustine , the most striking change is that neither is interested in the ...
The Life of the Mind / Willing that appears good and desirable to the Will and true to the Intellect . And Thomas agrees : these two powers “ include one another in their acts , because the Intellect understands that the Will wills ...
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THE LIFE OF THE MIND: Vol. I; Thinking. Vol. II; WillingIzvješće korisnika/ca - Kirkus
This book may sound forbidding, but do not be dissuaded, for it is a majestic work of deep humility and earnestness, and radiant imagination. Since it consists of Arendt's Gifford Lectures (1973-74 ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
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--Part 2, On Willing, about history of notion of free will from Stoics, through St. Augustine, etc. Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
The Philosophers and the Will
the tonality of mental activities
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