Número 38 - 2010
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Aristotle on perception and universals: An extensional reading

Eduardo García-Ramírez
Universidad de Buenos Aires

Publicado 2013-11-28

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García-Ramírez, E. (2013). Aristotle on perception and universals: An extensional reading. Tópicos, 38(1), 49–84. https://doi.org/10.21555/top.v38i1.106

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En este texto ofrezco una interpretación extensionista de la teoría del contenido perceptivo de Aristóteles. Para lograrlo hago uso de una explicación igualmente extensionista de la noción aristotélica de universal y otras relacionadas. Argumento que esta interpretación evita ciertos problemas recientemente descritos por Caston(ms) mostrando cómo puede dar lugar a la distinción entre percepción intrínseca y extrínseca. Ofrezco también una descripción de cómo la percepción de individuos se relaciona con el conocimiento y los universales.

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