Les relacions en la filosofia llatina medieval primerenca: contra el relat estàndard

Autors/ores

  • John Marenbon Trinity College, Cambridge

Resum

Es diu que els filòsofs medievals previs a Occam van tractar les relacions com a accidents reals i monàdics. Però aquest «Relat estàndard» no encaixa amb gran part de les discussions que van tenir lloc en la tradició llatina des d’Agustí fins al final del segle XII sobre les relacions. Els primers pensadors medievals van minimitzar o negar l’estatus ontològic de les relacions, i alguns, com Joan Escot Eriúgena, les van reconèixer com a poliàdiques. Aquests filòsofs van estar fonamentalment influïts per la discussió de Boeci en el seu De trinitate, on les relacions es tracten com a primers exemples d’accidents que no afecten les seves substàncies. Aquest treball examina els relats no-estàndards en el període que arriba fins a l’any 1100.

Paraules clau

relacions, accidents, substància, Aristòtil, Boeci

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