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»Objektivität« und »Realisierung«

Zwei Beispiele für die Weiterarbeit der Aristotelischen Scholastik am metaphysischen Grundvokabular

Zurück zum Heft: Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte. Band 49
DOI: 10.28937/9783787336753_3
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Focusing on the notions of »obiectivity« (objectivitas), as it was used by Gabriel Zerbi in the second half of the 15th century in order to denote the epistemological status of something being an object of knowledge, and »realisation« (realizare), as it was coined by the Franciscan Nicolaus Bonetus in the early 14th century and later taken up by Leibniz as an expression for some kind of bestowal of subsistence (as regarding to the eternal truth in the divine intellect), existence (as regarding to the realisation of a possible world), or reality (as provided by the »vinculum substantiale«), the article explores two examples of the terminological working of the aristotelian scholastic tradition on the fundamental vocabulary of metaphysics.