Schole 12 (1):86-89 (2018)

Comparing the passage of Aristotle’s treatise De anima, III, 8, 431b.21-24 and Ecclesiastes 3: 10-11, the author reveals a similar epistemological image: the universe is in the soul of the cognizing subject, for it embraces all existing things in the process of perception and cognition of the world.
Keywords Aristotle   Ecclesiastes   epistemology   perception and cognition of the world   man’s soul
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