INCARNATION ET „GLOIRE DIVINE” CHEZ DUNS SCOTUS ET NICOLAS MALEBRANCHE

Cristian MOISUC

Abstract


The goal of this text is to analyze the concept of divine glory and to put it in relation to the thought of Malebranche on the Incarnation of Christ. Far from being a concept without ambiguities, the divine glory announces a scotist filiation in Malebranche’s thought, which remains to be examined in order to determine the Oratorian’s loyalty to Duns Scotus. This text does not offer himself to close the argument but to sketch out some hypotheses.

Keywords


Incarnation; metaphysics; divine glory; univocity; ens

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References


Duns Scotus, Opus Oxoniense, in Opera Omnia (ed. Luke Wadding), t. 7,Lyon, 1693

Duns Scotus, Ordinatio, in Opera Omnia (ed. Luke Wadding), t. 5, Lyon, 1693

Duns Scotus, Quaestiones Quodlibetales, in Opera Omnia (ed. Luke Wadding), t. 3, Lyon, 1693

Genevieve Rodis-Lewis, Nicolas Malebranche, Paris, PUF, 1963

Gouhier, Henri, La philosophie de Malebranche et son expérience religieuse, Paris, Vrin, 1926

Malebranche, Nicolas, Œuvres complètes de Malebranche (OC), 21 vol.,Vrin, Paris, 1958-1970.

Bardout, J-C., Malebranche et la métaphysique, Paris, P.U.F., 1999


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