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Sku: 46800D0L060
Archival Number: A468 V612
Author: Lonergan, B.
Language(s): Latin,
Decade: 1960
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3 loose pp. on categories, Galileo, Newton, Hume, Kant, etc. But very much the Aristotelian "categories" -- why?

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46800D0L060


Transcription revised R. Doran 3 Sept 2011

Categoriae       ultima in quae caetera resolvuntur

 

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Galilei  qualitates primariae: quae mathematice concipi possunt

                            secundariae: quae tantum apparent (?)

 

Newton           spatium            in quo fit motus absolute        ?

                                                                                                ad lunam         lex inertiae

                                                                                                ad solem

                        tempus             quod ubique uniformiter fluit

                                                            datur simultaneitas absoluta

 

Hume              impressiones quae more usuque consociantur

 

Kant                (1) spatium et tempus Newtoniana non experimur

                        (2) Newton deduxit motus planetorum more Euclidiano

                                    synthesis a priori Newtoniana oritur ex natura cognitionis

 

                        forma sensibilitatis: spat/tempus

 

                        categoriae intelligentiae deducuntur ex forma propositionum: quality/quantity/mode/reciprocity               

 

                        unitas synthetica apperceptionis

                        schematismus … Reale – completio formae vacuae temporis

                                                     Subst – permanentia realis in tempore

                        ideale rationis

 

unitas synthetica apperceptionis = postulatum           Ich denke

            Identitas: Ex “Ich denke” à mundus

            Existentialistae: datur subiectum reale quod patitur, moritur

 

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Categoriae

 

(1) praedicabilia – praed poss scdm comp ad subj -  topica

                               genus differentia (= species) propr accidens

(2) praedicamenta – genera praedicatorum

                                    quid quantum

(3) causae        finis agens materia forma: per se/per accidens – de quo nulla scientia Met E

(4) praedicamenta et causae

            materia: nec quid nec quantum nec quod

            forma: aition tou einai

            motus: esse incompletum : infra praedicamentale (Bergson)

 

            ubi: motus localis

            quale: alteratio – supponit mot loc – movens non motum

            quantum: augmentatio/diminutio – supp alterationem – alterans non alteratum

            quando: numerus et mensura motus scdm prius et posterius

            actio/passio: motus huius ut ab hoc/in hoc

            quid: forma Met 2

                        forma et materia Met H

                        generatio In gen. et corr.

            ad quid: α quantum

                             actio/passio

                             mensura/mensuratum

                          β causae: potentia motiva essentia subst habitus

                                          actus forma esse acc operatio