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Carlos Flores, Juan - “The Intersection of Philosophy and Theology:  Henry of Ghent on the Scope of Metaphysics and the Background in Aquinas and Bonaventure”. In: Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia, Vol. 71, N. 2-3, 2015, pp. 531-544.
DOI 10.17990/RPF/2015_71_2_0531

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The Intersection of Philosophy and Theology: Henry of Ghent on the Scope of Metaphysics and the Background in Aquinas and Bonaventure

  • Author Juan Carlos Flores
    Rights © 2015 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural | © 2015 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    Volume 71
    Issue 2-3
    Pages 531-544
    Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    ISSN 0870-5283; 2183-461X
    Date 2015
    DOI 10.17990/RPF/2015_71_2_0531
    Language English
    Abstract Resumo: Henrique de Gand († 1293) redefine o carácter da metafísica contra o pano de fundo do agostinianismo e do aristotelismo. Curiosamente, Henrique desenvolve a tradição aristotélica, nomeadamente Avicena, a fim de reforçar e sistematizar os princípios agostinianos. Este artigo concentra-se em um particular, embora fundamental, aspecto da metafísica de Gand, nomeadamente, a sua visão de como é a intersecção entre a metafísica e a teologia. A concepção de Henrique deste cruzamento revela elementos centrais da sua filosofia e teologia. A fim de apreciar o desenvolvimento do tema, por parte do autor, este artigo também considera as posições de dois dos seus principais antecessores, nomeadamente Boaventura († 1274) e Tomás de Aquino († 1274).

    Palavras-chave: Avicena, Boaventura, Henrique de Gand, metafísica, teologia, Tomás de Aquino

    Abstract: Henry of Ghent (d. 1293) redefines the character of metaphysics against the background of Augustinianism and Aristotelianism. Interestingly, Henry develops the Aristotelian tradition, notably Avicenna, in order to strengthen and systematize Augustinian principles. This article focuses on a particular, though fundamental, aspect of Henry’s metaphysics, namely his view of how metaphysics and theology intersect. Henry’s conception of this intersection reveals central elements of his philosophy and theology. In order to appreciate Henry’s development of this topic, the article also considers the positions of two of his chief predecessors, namely Bonaventure (d. 1274) and Thomas Aquinas (d. 1274).

    Keywords: Avicenna, Bonaventure, Henry of Ghent, metaphysics, theology, Thomas Aquinas
    Date Added 28/07/2015, 12:03:17
    Modified 21/10/2015, 15:41:55

    Tags:

    • Avicenna
    • Bonaventure
    • Henry of Ghent
    • metaphysics
    • Theology
    • Thomas Aquinas

    References:

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