The Influence of Aristotelianism on the Explanation of Action by Thomas Aquinas and Raymund Lullus

Filozofia 66 (1):11-23 (2011)

The paper examines the influence of aristotelianism on the explanation of action by Thomas Aquinas and Raymund Lullus. The main focus is on the basic elements of this influence, on the originality of the thought of Thomas Aquinas and Raymund Lullus, on their different interpretations of action in comparison with aristotelianism, and on reasons leading to different ways of accepting aristotelianism
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