'Person' in Christian Tradition and the Conception of Saint Albert the Great

Hipp, Stephen A.
'Person' in Christian Tradition and the Conception of Saint Albert the Great
A Systematic Study of ist Concept as Illuminated by the Mysteries of the Trinity and the Incarnation
 
Bandnummer
57
Auflage
1. Auflage
Umfang
528 Seiten
Einband
kartoniert
Erscheinungstermin
07.05.2001
Bestell-Nr
04008
ISBN
978-3-402-04008-9
Preis
67,50

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This volume surveys the historical development of the notion of personality as brought into relief by salient patristic and medieval theologians, culminating with the thought of St. Albert the Great. The philosophical problems of "subsistence", "individuation", "relative distinction" and "signification", amongst others, are ciritically analyzed in an effort to identify the formal constituent of personality (and to resolve the equivocal distinction between "person" and "nature"). Following a detailed exposition of the Albertinian corpus, a final synthesis also examines the personality theories of the Thomistic commentators as well as certain popular modern perspectives, evaluating them in light of the established metaphysical criteria.
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