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Título: Time and eternity in Saint Augustine and their influence on the commentary of Aristotle's physics by Albert the great
Autor: Martins, Maria Manuela Brito
Data: 2005
Editora: The Irish Philosophical Society
Citação: MARTINS, Maria Manuela Brito - Time and eternity in Saint Augustine and their influence on the commentary of Aristotle's physics by Albert the great. In Yearbook of the Irish Philosophical Society. [Dublin] : The Irish Philosophical Society, 2005. p. 175-212
Resumo: The main purpose of this article is to present, on the one hand, the Augustinian conception of time and eternity, seeking to explore first of all, the most representative philosophical perspectives of ancient authors. Taking the Augustinian theory of time as a starting point, we see that it does not consist only of a subjective perspective of time, but that it is in itself both subjective and objective. We see also how the Aristotelian perspective is present too, and underlies the Augustinian reading of time, which helps to clarify the Augustinian perspective. It is likewise present in Albert the Great's conception of time. Our study focuses on the Commentary on Antral?! PSiC1 by Albert the Great, where he clearly introduces the Augustinian perspective of time and eternity, comparing the differences between this conception and that found in other Latin and Arabic authors.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/7367
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