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  1. Il Platonismo E l'Antropologia Filosofica di Gregorio di Nissa. Con Particolare Riferimento Agli Influssi di Platone, Plotino E Porfirio.Ignacio Yarza - 1995 - Review of Metaphysics 49 (2):422-425.
    Just after my return from a symposium at the University of Navarre on the dialogue between faith and culture in Christian antiquity, I had the opportunity to read Peroli's book. His approach is strikingly in accord with many of the claims made at Navarre. The overall approach of his study may be summed up with the following words: early Christian thought effected an authentic inculturation, [[sic]] not just by expressing the faith in the dominant philosophical categories of the time, but (...)
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  2. L'attualità della Poetica di Aristotele. La mimesi artistica.Ignacio Yarza - 2007 - Acta Philosophica 16 (2).
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  3. Sobre la praxis aristotélica.Ignacio Yarza - 1986 - Anuario Filosófico 19 (1):135-156.
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  4. El problematicismo aristotélico de P. Aubenque.Ignacio Yarza - 1983 - Anuario Filosófico 16 (2):177-195.
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  5. Anotaciones Sobre la Relación En Plotino.Ignacio Yarza - 2000 - Anuario Filosófico 33 (66):279-290.
    At first sight, while taking into account the harmony of sensible reality, relation would seem to be a fundamental category of Plotinian thought. However, when one considers the references within the Enneades to relation, one discovers that this way of being should remain excluded from the supersensible realm and that, in last analysis, it only represents a weak surrogate within the sensible world for the unity proper to intelligible reality. The connection between the hypostases and between them and sensitive reality (...)
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