Las Disputaciones Metafísicas de Suárez

Cuatro siglos después de la primera edición de las Disputationes Metaphysicae , esa voluminosa obra sigue siendo la mayor aportación de la filosofía española. Francisco Suárez es el autor de una de las grandes síntesis del pensamiento escolástico. La clave de su pensamiento y de las "Disputationes" se encuentra en la idea de causalidad o acción libre. Desde esta clave se formulan brevemente algunos tópicos: acto y potencia, causalidad, creación. El autor muestra la Metafísica de Suárez desde una óptica existencial y rechaza las acusaciones de abstractismo.Four centuries after the first edition of Disputationes Metaphysicae , that vast work is still the greatest issue from the Spanish Philosophy. F. Suárez is the author of one of the most important synthesis of the Scholar Philosophy. The key of every thing he means, and also of "Disputationes", can be found in the idea of freedom in causality and action. From this concept, some topics are shown: act and potentiality, cause, creation, etc. We explain Suarez's Metaphysics from an existential point of view and refuse the accusation of abstractism
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