The Knowledge of Human Person in John Locke

Author:

Germán Masserdotti

Location:

Espíritu: ISSN 0014-0716, Year 59, Issue 139, 2010, pages 255-262

Language:

Spanish

Abstract:

The thought of John Locke on the human person and his knowledge is incompatible with the Aris – totelian-Thomistic doctrine because the English author is nominalist. The lack of a gnoseological and metaphysical ground prevents from a clear idea of what is a substance and from the possibility of its knowledge

Key words:

John Locke, Thomas Aquinas, human person, knowledge, nominalism

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