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Miasma: 'Haecceitas' in Scotus, the Esoteric in Plato, and 'Other Related Matters'

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This book explains how Duns Scotus's concept of 'Haecceitas' thisness, or individuation represents an insufficiently recognized yet central aspect of Aristotelianism, namely its denial of and flight from 'the play of difference' that was a core aspect of Plato's philosophy. The difficulty, the author asserts, is that there has been historically an all too common tendency ...more
Hardcover, 226 pages
Published November 7th 1996 by Upa
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Joe
07/06/2007

Plato and Aristotle: a never-ending story...

First, the full title of this book is:

Miasma: 'Haecceitas' in Scotus, the Esoteric in Plato, and 'Other Related Matters' by John W. McGinley

Next, the Table of Contents:


Section A: Introduction. Statement of the Argument and of the Ancillary Arguments, 1;
Section B: Terms, Semantical Stipulations, and Conceptual Caveats. Guides to and for the Reader concerning This Study's Scotus., 15;
Section C: Context and Meaning of this Retrieval. (Refle
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