The Protean Ratio: Notio verbi rationis ab Ioanne Scotto

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Even in primitive times, the human race as a whole did not form one community, except perhaps briefly; soon after creation mankind divided into particular communities. Applied to philosophy, the word "Scholastic" is often used also, to designate a chronological division intervening between the end of the Patristic era in the fifth century and the beginning of the modern era, about 1450. Actual is what we are. "A human being is potentially a criminal or a saint," writes McCleod (65), "but he is not potentially an elephant."

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Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (May 11, 2001)

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