The Commentary of Conrad of Prussia on the De Ente et by Conradus de Prussia, Joseph Bobik, James A. Corbett

By Conradus de Prussia, Joseph Bobik, James A. Corbett

1. the guy, CONRAD OF PRUSSIA Conrad of Prussia isn't rather a lot as pointed out in any of the standard assets. or even such impressive mediaevalists as Mlle. Marie-Therese d'Alverny, Conservateur en-chef, and J. Reginald O'Donnell, C. S. B., of the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval experiences, Toronto, Canada, were not able to spot him. not anything in any respect, as a result, is understood approximately Conrad, if that's the author's identify. For there's a few doubt that it really is. within the colophon of the Admont observation on Aquinas' De Ente et Essentia, ! we discover a note, so thoroughly erased that it's illegible, via the phrases "de Prusya. " Martin Grabmann argues that it really is right to consider that the erasure is an erasure of the identify "Conradi," in view that within the colophon of the Admont statement on Dominicus Gundissalinus' De Unitate et Uno,2 which follows the remark at the De Ente et Essentia, we discover back an erased notice by means of the phrases "de Prusya. " however the erasure isn't really whole. you could right here learn the identify "Conradi. " three And so, the manuscript of the observation at the De Unitate et Uno in actual fact attributed this paintings to Conrad of Prussia prior to the tried erasure.

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Et dicit quod primo potest denominare quandam naturam habentem trinam dimension em tanquam sui principium formale per quod habet esse, cum precisione, id est cum remotione omnium aliarum formarum que sibi advenire possint. Sic corpus consideratum est pars animalis, quia sic anima sensitiva vel vegetali vel anima intellectiva advenit ei tanquam parti materiali habenti prius esse per se, et sic non pot est predicari de animali. Alio vero modo sumitur corpus in quantum significat naturam quandam habentem trinam dimensionem cum possibilitate ad omnes formas alias que possent corpori advenire.

See also Posterior Analytics, Bk. I, ch. 1, 71 a 1-23. CONRAD'S COMMENTARY dicit ipse; sed salvatur essentia rei in utroque istorum principiorum, scilicet in materia et forma simul. ) per 410 duos sillogismos, quod materia per se non sit essentia. Primus sillogismus est: Omnis res cognoscibilis est per suam essentiam. Sed per materiam nulla res cognoscibilis est. Est enim materia de se incognoscibilis, nisi per analogiam ad formam. Ergo concludo quod materia non est rei essentia. Secundus sillogismus est: Omnis res per suam essentiam 415 reponibilis est in specie determinata, sicut patet in homine, in capra, in leone.

A Et potest dividi in duo. Primo ponit comparationem inter ea, scilicet humanitatem et hominem, penes convenientia; secundo penes differentiam, ibi, sed diversimode. Et hec in duo. " Et hec in duo. Primo facit quod dictum est, secundo infert quoddam corollarium, ibi, Et propter hoc. Hec est divisio. [EXPOSITIO] Dicit ergo primo, removendo dubium, et infertur sic. Ita visum est quod genus dicit totam essentiam e speciei. Ex hoc tu forte crederis quod genus in diversis speciebus repertum esse unum natura et unum numero.

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