System and Realism
Sku: 44300D0L060
Archival Number: A443 V326
Author: Lonergan, B.
Language(s): Latin,
Decade: 1960
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6 handwritten schematic pp. from 1961 course De intellectu et methodo. Topics include system and solution of all questions, notions of being, notion and concept and knowledge and idea of being. Again in green ink.  On reverse of rejected pp. on realism.

English translation by RD at 44300DTE060

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44300DTL060 transcription by R. Doran

 

Systema: (1) soluta una quaestione, semper oritur alia

                (2) series: divergens: quaestiones à formaliter novi termini ultimi

                                 Convergens: idem formaliter termini ultimi

                (3) termini idem formaliter si determinantur

                        (a) per structuram

                        (b) non materialiter determinata quid in structura

                        (c) non theoretice determinata ? structura

                        (d) sed materialiter determinate iam habemus

                                                                            neque evitare possumus

 

   operationes: quodlibet subiectum, quolibeta schemate

                        quaelibet experientia, intelligentia, iudicium

                        quaelibet visio mundi, theoria

 

   constans: revisio ad idem redit – idem recurrit schema

 

   inevitabile: experimur

                      quaerimus intelligentiam 

                      volumus veritatem

 

   expandi potest: conscientia sui

                            evaluatio [?] deliberatio

                            usus: methodus[?], fides, sociologia cognitionis, praxis, historia

  

   naturaliter notum[?]

            in actu exercito cognoscendi est immanens, operativum, effectivum, sui manifestativum

            posita experientia, quaerimus quid, propter quid, normaliter[?]

            data intelligentia, quaerimus an sit, utrum

 

            ?

 

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Ens: naturaliter notum – c. Gent. II, 83, 31

        Omnia: quia potens omnia facere et fieri, obiectum est ens

 

A Sunt multae theoriae: Parmenides, Plato, Aristoteles, Aquinas, Scotus, Hegel

            Unde diversus est sensus cuiuslibet principii

 

B Inter Scholasticos – cognoscere est videre – ergo ens vel videtur vel abstrahitur a viso, secus non cognosceretur

            (1) dualismus cognitionis: sensus in actu est sensibile in actu, intellectus in actu est [intelligibile in actu]

            (2) id quod abstrahitur, ab aliquo praescindit

                        Sed ens = omnia, a nullo praescindit

            (3) non est abstractio formae a material – circulus ab  ?

                        Non est abstractio totius a partibus: homo etiam suis manibus

            (4) non est abstractio – cognoscit formam essentiam quidditatem

                        (a) sed ens cognoscimus non quidditative

                                                               sed analogice

                        (b) forma entis est in ente per essentiam

            (5) Aq. est naturaliter notum C. Gent.

                        Cf. natural desiderium quid sit Deus, 1-2, 3, 8.

 

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C Ens  notio: natural desiderium, intentio intendens

            conceptus: = non cognitio sed cogitatio: forma ens quod

                                                                                    ?          quo

            cognitio: iudicium = est

            idea: qua intellecta, intelliguntur omnia

 

            In lumine intellectus agentis nobis est quodammodo omnis scientia originaliter indita, De Ver 10 a. 6 = fin

 

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? obiectivum

           

            quid obiectivitas

            de facto triplex

                        (1) ??? Ecce

                        (2) quod dicis est impossibile – norma logica

                                                     incognoscibile – norma gnoseologica

                                                     inacceptabile – norma methodological

                        (3) quod dicis est non certum

            Aut tria irreducibilia – quomodo componuntur

            Aut duo irreducibilia – quomodo componuntur, reducuntur

            Aut ad unum reducuntur tria – quomodo reducuntur

 

Seliguntur facta – selecta facta determinant notionem obiectivitatis

 

            (1) empiricismus: data

            (2) idealismus: normae

            (3) realismus: verum

 

            Empiricismus: obiectum est (1) id quod videtur, datur

                                                         (2) id quod deducitur à ratio pura

                        Unde normae etiam videntur  visio intellectuali, ?

                        Unde vera iudicia, reducuntur ad verum visionis

 

            Idealismus: data à phenomena (quia empiricismus est falsus)

                               Normae = obiectivum

                                    Kant ad salvandam tendentiam empiricam

                                    Hegel ad salvandam rationem puram

 

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Realismus

 

            Dogmaticus : si quis dixerit, anathema sit

                        Non videtur: beati qui non viderunt et crediderunt

                        Non intelligitur

                                    Non secundum normam: mysterium

                                    Sed verum: vera esse credimus

                Unde theologia dogmatica

                        Etiam vitandi sunt errores annexi: DB 1820

                Origo: verbum Dei. Jaspers, Vom Ursprung und Ziel der Geschichte

                                                Voegelin, Order and History

                        I           ut ?

                                    ut ? prophetiae: oraculum Iahweh

                                    ut fons sapientiae, principii ?

                        II         ut kerygma, eva\ntelium

                                    ut traditio apostolic, ecclesiastica

                        III        ut veris constans

                                                Tert

                                                Orig

                                                Athan

 

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Realismus discursivus

            haec traditio divina, ecclesiastica, theologica

                        implicite continent philosophiam quae in se considerari potest

            1 verum: adaequatio intellectus ad rem

                           formaliter in solo iudicio

            2 reale: id quod veris iudiciis innotescit

                        Nihil est verum ?, si falsum esset, res aliter se haberent

                                    Reale: naturale, intentionale: reale non dividitur contra intentionale

            3 e.g. Tres ??

                        Sceptismus universalis repugnat

 

Realismus criticus

            Reicit asserta non propter rem

                                    Sed propter debitum modum cognoscendi

            Per se nota quoad nos – (1) praedicatur de ratione subiecti [?]

                                                   (2) scimus quid sit

                              Sed nescimus quid sit Deus.