The theoretical basis of thomist synthesis. A criticism at the thought of Dominican philosopher and theologian Joseph Babu

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THE THEORETICAL BASIS OF THOMIST SYNTHESIS. A CRITICISM AT THE THOUGHT OF DOMINICAN PHILOSOPHER AND THEOLOGIAN JOSEPH BABU

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[…] the idealist does not care so much about the actual, how much to build a system of ideas. The real to him is only an opportunity to build his system, giving shows inventive and genius. He therefore conceives philosophy as if it were an artistic work; not so much as if it consisted in seeing, but in doing. So the idealist philosopher is at the service of others to lead them to the truth, but it is a skilled speaker who wants to impress others with its paradoxical and amazing beats or dialectical inventions, as would a juggler, mage or magician.

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Author John Cavalcoli OP
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John Cavalcoli OP

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John Cavalcoli, OP – "THE FOUNDATION OF THEORETICAL Thomistic synthesis. A critique of the thought of the philosopher and Dominican theologian Joseph Barzaghi "

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