Gilson y Báñez: luces y sombras de un encuentro tardío
Palabras clave : 
Actus essendi
Immortality of the soul
Faith and reason
Thomistic five ways
Accidents
Thomas Aquinas
Cajetan
Thomism
School of Salamanca
Materias Investigacion::Arte y Humanidades::Filosofía
Fecha de publicación: 
2016
ISSN: 
2300-0066
Cita: 
García Cuadrado, J.A. ""Gilson y Báñez: luces y sombras de un encuentro tardío"". Studia Gilsoniana, 2016, 5:4, 579 - 618
Resumen
Gilson came across Báñez’s commentary on the Summa Theologiae in 1952, and since then he saw in Báñez the confirmation of his own understanding of the act of being against the background of deviant interpretations made by other Thomists, especially Cajetan. In this paper, Gilson’s claims about the metaphysics of Báñez, including the actus essendi, the immortality of the soul, the relation between philosophy and theology, etc., are discussed. Although Gilson rectifies Báñez’s interpretations of Thomas’ ways and the act of being of the accidents, Gilson’s ultimate assessment of Báñez is positive to such an extent that for the French medievalist the Dominican of Salamanca will remain “the most Thomistic of all the Thomists that I have had the privilege of knowing.”

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