Persona y naturaleza en la ética de Leonardo Polo

Anuario Filosófico 29 (55):665-680 (1996)

Ana Marta Gonzalez
Universidad de Navarra
Polo's anthropology differs both from aristotelian and modern anthropology in his concept of person. In this paper, I explore the ethical relevance of this concept and its conection with the concept of "human nature", which Polo assumes making a distinction between "essence" and "type". This distinction is important in order to focus the ethical aspect of the relationship between nature and culture correctly
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