51 min

Gaston Le Notre on "Aquinas on the Different Problems of Individuation" (Colloquium Series Talk) Talking Thomism

    • Education

Dr. Gaston LeNotre is an independent scholar who earned his PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. In his paper "Aquinas on the Different Problems of Individuation," Dr. LeNotre addresses issues concerning the principle of individuation in St. Thomas. He provides a thorough overview of St. Thomas' writings on how material individuals are individuated and provides a critique of Joseph Owens' interpretation of Aquinas that esse is the ultimate principle of individuation in Aquinas.

This talk was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies on March 9, 2018.

The Center for Thomistic Studies, located at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX, is the only graduate program in the United States uniquely dedicated to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.

More information about the Center can be found on our website at http://stthom.edu/CTS.

For news and updates about future events, like our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/thomisticstudies

Producer: John H. Boyer
Announcer: Peter Gardner
Intro and outro music: Clare Jensen, "Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude" by J.S. Bach.

Dr. Gaston LeNotre is an independent scholar who earned his PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. In his paper "Aquinas on the Different Problems of Individuation," Dr. LeNotre addresses issues concerning the principle of individuation in St. Thomas. He provides a thorough overview of St. Thomas' writings on how material individuals are individuated and provides a critique of Joseph Owens' interpretation of Aquinas that esse is the ultimate principle of individuation in Aquinas.

This talk was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies on March 9, 2018.

The Center for Thomistic Studies, located at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX, is the only graduate program in the United States uniquely dedicated to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.

More information about the Center can be found on our website at http://stthom.edu/CTS.

For news and updates about future events, like our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/thomisticstudies

Producer: John H. Boyer
Announcer: Peter Gardner
Intro and outro music: Clare Jensen, "Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude" by J.S. Bach.

51 min

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