Núm. 56 (2019): Enero - junio
Artículos

Percepción sensible y el florecimiento de la persona humana en von Hildebrand y las tradiciones aristotélicas

Mark K. Spencer
University of St. Thomas (MN)
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Publicado 2018-12-13

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Spencer, M. K. (2018). Percepción sensible y el florecimiento de la persona humana en von Hildebrand y las tradiciones aristotélicas. Tópicos, (56), 95–117. https://doi.org/10.21555/top.v0i56.987

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El fenomenólogo Dietrich von Hildebrand arguye que las propiedades del mundo material sólo existen en relación con las personas, que la percepción sensible no es meramente un acto corporal, y que nuestro acto más perfecto no es únicamente intelectual, sino que involucra una percepción corporal. Considerado así por el mismo Hildebrand, su filosofía exige ser entendida dentro del contexto de la tradición de la filosofía católica; en este artículo me propongo explorar su visión del mundo material y de la percepción sensible en contraposición con dos vertientes de la tradición aristotélica en la filosofía católica, representadas por Tomás de Aquino, de un lado, y por Gregorio Palamás, del otro. Asimismo, muestro cómo la concepción que von Hildebrand tiene del mundo material y de la percepción sensible puede ser entendida, sus fundamentos fenomenológicos defendidos y sus deficiencias corregidas, a partir de la noción de energeiai de Palamás, y de las nociones de participación y potencia obediencial de Aquino.

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