Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 64 (1):343 - 357 (2008)

O presente artigo oferece-nos um panorama das posições de alguns dos mais importantes filósofos do século XIII acerca da existência no ser humano do intelecto agente. A posição aristotélica, purificada e transformada, encontra-se distintamente presente em três filósofos: Pedro Hispano, Santo Alberto Magno, S. Tomás de Aquino. A tese mais importante comum a estes três pensadores é a de que Deus constitui o objecto do intellectus agens. /// This article reviews statements of relevant philosophers of the XIIIth century supporting the existence of agent intellect in the human being. Three philosophers can be distinguished in the purified and advanced aristotelism: Peter of Spain, Saint Albertus Magnus, Saint Thomas Aquinas. Their common and capital thesis is that the object of the intellectus agens is God.
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