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タイトル徳なき思慮はない : トマス,スコトゥス,アウレオリと実践的判断
タイトルヨミトク ナキ シリョ ワ ナイ : トマス スコトゥス アウレオリ ト ジッセンテキ ハンダン
タイトル別表記No virtues, no prudence : Practical judgement in Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus and Peter Aureol
作成者横田, 蔵人
作成者ヨミヨコタ, クラト
作成者別表記Yokota, Kurato
作成者所属山口大学人文学部
内容記述(抄録等)In Nichomachean Ethics Book VI, Aristotle poses two apparently incompatible theses: One cannot have prudentia without having moral virtues, though one cannot have moral virtues without prudence. Mediaeval thinkers undertake the task of solving this knotted puzzle, interpreting and modifying the Philosopher's ethical theory in logically sophisticated fashion. This article traces three mediaeval theologians' tracks on this count: Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus, and rather less famous Franciscan friar, Peter Aureol. Thomas and Peter pay attention to the prescriptive force normative proposition has. When one concludes a moral judgment after careful deliberation, this judgement has motivating power in itself, actually moving its owner's will to act. Two Theologians agree with ascribing the source of this power to fundamental direction of the will inclined by acquired moral virtues. In this sense, the virtues precede moral deliberation. Duns Scotus, however, takes Aristotle's word in much strictly logical sense and rejects logical contradiction. He chooses to caste out one horn of dilemma and simply dismiss the impossibility of possessing prudence without moarally virtuous habits. The reason why John can take this solution is that he cuts off motivating force from moral judgement, of which Thomas and Peter approve. For Duns Scotus, moral deliberation and final judgement is a judgement only.
本文言語jpn
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出版者山口大学哲学研究会
出版者ヨミヤマグチ ダイガク テツガク ケンキュウカイ
NII資料タイプ紀要論文
ISSN0919-357X
NCIDAN10403441
学内刊行物(紀要等)山口大学哲学研究
掲載誌名山口大学哲学研究
掲載誌名別表記The philosophical studies of Yamaguchi University
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開始ページ77
終了ページ90
発行日2020-03-26
著者版/出版社版出版社版
リポジトリIDC070027000006
地域区分山口大学
URIhttp://www.lib.yamaguchi-u.ac.jp/yunoca/handle/C070027000006