De Anima, III.4, 429b5-9


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Earlier today I was thumbing through Aquinas’ commentary on Aristotle’s De Anima, specifically book III. There’s a passage in chapter 4 of that book that grabbed my attention, where Aquinas critically engages Avicenna. The passage in question is a gloss on the following stretch of text from Aristotle, wherein he says something about how a knower of x comes to actively think x: Continue reading


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