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Pierre Ceffons di Clairvaux. La questione dei significabilia complexe intorno al 1350. I. Edizione della quaestio 25 della Lectura super I Sententiarum

digital Pierre Ceffons di Clairvaux.
La questione dei significabilia complexe intorno al 1350.
I. Edizione della quaestio 25 della Lectura super I Sententiarum
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rivista RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA
fascicolo RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA - 2015 - 4
titolo Pierre Ceffons di Clairvaux. La questione dei significabilia complexe intorno al 1350. I. Edizione della quaestio 25 della Lectura super I Sententiarum
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 03-2016
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Pierre Ceffons of Clairvaux, a relatively unknown philosopher of the mid-XIV century (little studied by Damasus Trapp, Amos Corbini and Christopher Schabel), is far from being irrelevant in the general economy of late scholasticism. This cistercian Master, whose Sentence Commentary dates from 1348-1349, is one of the first Masters to strongly react towards the significabilia complexe’s doctrine. In his quaestion 25 on the first book of Sentences, whose edition is here offered – implicitly using most of the material coming from John of Mirecourt’s quaestio 7 on the first book of Sentences – explicitly attacks Gregory of Rimini’s theory of significabile complexe, focusing particularly on the problem of the metaphysical consistence of those significabilia complexe. The result is one of the first attempt to criticize the theologically-impossible-to-admit significabile complexe’s consistency and its dangerous attitude to become an aeternal entity distinct from God, trying to get back to a more usual propositional-truth contest.