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- Aquinas’ Theory of Knowledge and the Representative Theory of Perception.Ali Abedi Renani - 2018 - Aisthema, International Journal 5.The representative theory of perception is one of the realist theories of perception which maintains we do not have direct access to the objects of perception; our ideas represent some objective objects in the world. In this paper, I will address the question about the representative nature of mental ideas from a Thomistic perspective. I will explore if some Thomists are entitled to claim that Aquinas’ theory of knowledge based on his metaphysics can provide a basis for resolving this issue. (...)No categories
- The Many Faces of God: Monotheism, Religious Symbols and Theogony in Schelling’s Berlin Lectures.Tommaso Manzon - 2017 - Aisthema, International Journal 4.Often forgotten by the secondary literature, Schelling’s Berlin lectures represent the last stage of the German philosopher’s work, as well as an immense source of intuitions and hints. In this paper I shall discuss a few connections regarding some crucial concepts developed by Schelling in this series of lectures. In particular, I shall show how the analysis of the concept of monotheism is the ground upon which Schelling build his interpretation of Theogony, namely the development of religious consciousness, from its (...)No categories
- Tattoos, Piercings and Re-Configuration of the Body. A Path Between Bioethical and Educational Profiles.Carmela Bianco & Fac Teologica - unknownTattoos and piercings can become a mask to hide behind? Everything can become a mask if we use it for masquerading. The tattoo is the anthropological roots of ancient and modern makeup that refers to the mask understood as that which creates the face, which gives it its social being. The tattoo is also an artistic decoration that should be born by the deep desire to communicate yourself to others. Tattoos must be able to "tell" the people who wear them, (...)