«Aspectus animae ratio est» Apuntes sobre la razón en los Soliloquios de san Agustín

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To define the concept of reason, to determine its modus operandi and its scope has constituted the philosopher's task from its origins till today. What follows does not intend to exhaust the meaning of reason, not even within the frame of Agustinian philosophy, since the term itself is not univocal in Agustinian philosophy, but rather to offer an analysis of rationality, in its cognitive function, and point out its relationship whit the soul, and its possible objects of knowledge -God among 9thers- and in doing so, to offer a perspective which reconciles points of view somewhat reductionist.

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