SICUT SPECULUM ANIMATUM. DE L’IMAGINATION ARISTOTELICIENNE A L’INTENTIONNALISME D’ALBERT LE GRAND
SICUT SPECULUM ANIMATUM. FROM ARISTLES’ CONCEPT OF IMAGIANTION TO ALVERT THE GREAT’S INTENTIONALISM.
Published by: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai
Keywords: imagination; intentionality; phaenomenology; mediaeval philosophy; Aristotle.
Summary/Abstract: Sicut speculum animatum. From Aristles’ Concept of Imagiantion to Alvert the Great’s Intentionalism. My paper approaches Aristotle’s concept of imagination considering its various meanings as possible sources for the contemporary phenomenology. It argues that the phenomenological interpretation of imagination in terms of intentionality could be referred back to Avicenna, Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas, due to their understandig of imagination as part of an entirely receptive subjectivity.
- Issue Year: 54/2009
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 25-37
- Page Count: 13
- Language: French