Is it possible to be a phenomenological Thomist? An investigation of the notions of esse and esse commune

New Blackfriars 97 (1067):93-110 (2016)
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This article tests whether it is possible to be a ‘phenomenological-Thomist’ through the provision of the first stages of a loosely speaking Heideggerian phenomenological interpretation of the meaning of being an entity as it is disclosed in experience. In the process, the article will unpack and reinterpret the concepts of esse and esse commune in the thought of Thomas Aquinas

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Angus Brook
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