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Ens[1] in philosophia metaphysica est notio latissima quae obiectivas et subiectivas realitatis et exsistentiae proprietates amplectitur. Omne quod participat in ente etiam dicitur "ens", quamquam saepe hunc sensus saepe definitur ad entitates quae subiectivitates habent (ut dicitur "homo"). Tanta lata erat notio inevitabiliter fugax et controversa in historia philosophiae, principio in Philosophia Occidentalis cum temptamentis intelligibiliter eamdem adhibendum.[2][3]

Nexus interni


Nota


  1. Traupman, Ioannes. 2007. Latin and English Dictionary. Ed. 3a. p. 476. Philadelphiae: St. Joseph's University. ISBN 9780553590128.
  2. Martinus Heidegger, Sein und Zeit, p. 27: "this entity which each of us is himself ... we shall denote by the term 'Dasein'."
  3. James, William (1916). Some problems of philosophy: a beginning of an introduction to philosophy. New York: Longmans, Green and Co. pp. 38, 40 
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