Studia Poliana 3:103-126 (2001)

Juan José Sanguineti
Pontifical University Of The Holy Cross
This paper considers the notion of the present in Aristotle, Heidegger and Polo. The Aristotelian analysis of the "now" is subjected to oscillations between identity and diversity. Heidegger considers that the "now" is related to a special presentation of being. Polo's thesis about the mental presence as an articulation of time entails the overcoming of Heidegger's historicism and appears as the right way for a metaphysical study of time
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