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720 pages - août 2009
Cajétan (1469-1534) lived in an epoch of wide-spread crisis: the humanism of Erasmus, the anti-humanism of Luther, the States claims’ against the Church. A Dominican, and a dazzling representative of the ‘Via thomistica’, he proposed a complete renewal of the old scholasticism, presenting, for the first time, a coherent development of what Heidegger called ‘the famous theory of analogy’. Instead of seeing it, like most of his predecessors, as a purely logical – indeed rhetorical - model, he consciously developed a metaphysical theory of analogy which is expressed as an integral personalism. Reaching beyond Greek naturalism, refuting the temptation of univocity as represented by Duns Scot and his school, he introduced into the heart of theology, under the term ‘supernatural’, a theory of personal metamorphosis. The Council of Trent, with its communitarian return to Tradition, brushed aside this bold endeavour whose ultimate goal was a new alliance between faith and reason. Through the rediscovery of Cajétan and his works, the author provides a different approach to the scholastic domain.
- Dimensions : 135x215x35
- ISBN : 9782204087292
- Poids : 880 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Bruno Pinchard