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Polo's anthropology differs both from aristotelian and modern anthropology in his concept of person. In this paper, I explore the ethical relevance of this concept and its conection with the concept of "human nature", which Polo as-sumes making a distinction between "essence" and "type". This distinction is important in order to focus the ethical aspect of the relationship between nature and culture correctly.
This paper deals with Leonardo Polo’s philosophy about the subject of creation. The “abandonment of mental limit” permit us to aware of the real distinction essentia-esse (essence-being). That is important in order to think over universe and human being as created.
The purpose of this paper is to study Leonardo Polo´s conception of the principle of identity. This identity is also called Origin; however, an adequate understanding of that expression requires a careful study of the way man comes to be aware of it.
Leonardo Polo's trascendental Anthropology is based on the absolute distinction between the Man's act of being and the Universe's act of being; according to it, therefore, we can talk about a new aproach dealing with an Anthropological theory about learning able to solve the typical paradoxes about the relationship between free learning and human development, inherent in psychological theories, and at the same time able to show the ethical dimension always present in lear-ning.
The only valid consideration of human being is what takes the person in his complexity. Human being is an open system in his relation with the medium. But, attending his racionality (deepest and most radical dimension), human being is free system. So, he is able to assert oneself ends according values.
The purpose of this paper is to explain Polo's thought about human es-sence. Leonardo Polo proposes a new interpretation of the real diffe-rence of Thomas Aquinas, and founded in it an ampliation transcenden-tal. This is the sense of the Transcendental Anthropology.
Against the modern theory of representation, whiou makes the world opaque, Polo Suggests reviviting the classical theory of ilumination. Intentionality of knowledge, according to Polo, makes possibe the “de-veiling” of reality, and shows its radical dependence from God.
Human person must be considered from the transcendental point of view, in order to discover their most deep dimensions of its being: intimacy or interiority, intellectual knowledge, giftness or love, liberty, incommunicability, filiation. The article offers an initial approach to these notions.
The habitual knowledge offers the postmodernity philosophy the neccesary cognitive support for its thematic opening. That is way the no-tion of habitual knowledge allow the continuation of the philosophy and, specificly, about metaphysics.
After studying the historical background of the philosophical treat-ment or neglect of intelectual habits, this paper focuses on the research on the nature of habits and is divided into two essential parts: a) The research on the relationship that habits keep with the acts of knowing and the objects known by acts; b) The study of the existing relationship within habits themselves and the human being that is superior to them. All of this is based on the papers writen by Prof. Polo.
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