Quaestio 21:289-308 (2022)

Ángel Poncela González
Universidad de Salamanca (PhD)
The lectures we examine in this essay, and which took place in 1978, are at the genesis of the trilogy Sentient Intelligence by X. Zubiri. In the first place, they demonstrate that Zubiri`s Philosophical project does not fit in with today´s fashionable concept of new realism, or with idealism. In the second place, they make it clear that what he considers Actuality cannot be understood as the passivity of intelligence. And lastly, maybe more than in any of his other writings, these lectures concisely clarify how reality is meant to be understood in his work, as what he refers to as total concept. In all, these lectures needed an examination to reveal these key concepts and is the objective of the article at hand.
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