Ontologická struktura supposita v díle Tomáše Akvinského [Ontological Structure of the “Supposit” in the Work of Thomas Aquinas]
The paper deals with Aquinas’ concept of an ontological structure of the “supposit” [i.e. one being, complete as such, and therefore incommunicable] and is divided into three main parts. Firstly Aquinas’ two different accounts of the problem are put forth. Secondly the author tries to show the “inner coherence” of these two apparently contradictory explanations. Finally on the basis of these considerations Aquinas’ concept of an ontological structure of the “supposit” is presented in the “whole-part” terminology.
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