Libertas transcendentalis
Issue Date: 
1993
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Anuario Filosófico, 1993 (26), 703-716
Abstract
With the notion of habit, in the classical philosophy human potency can be considered irrestrictly, even without accepting the primacy of potency over act, as happens in modern philosophy. This concerns to human liberty, which can be thought as actus essendi hominis, and in that sense as transcendental. Also, the order of transcendental notions has to be amplified.

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