La Distinción formal de Duns Escoto y los orígenes del formalismo político moderno

The formal Distinction of Duns Scotus and the Origins of modern political Formalism

Palabras clave: distinción formal ex natura rei, potentia Dei absoluta, potentia Dei ordinata, formalismo político moderno, formal Distinction ex natura rei, potentia Dei absoluta, potentia Dei ordinata, modern political Formalism

Resumen

El objetivo de este trabajo es ofrecer un breve esbozo del modo en que las teorías políticas modernas se fundan sobre los conceptos y doctrinas de la escolástica formalista medieval. A partir de la distinción formal ex natura rei de Duns Escoto, la filosofía política moderna abandonará las bases aristotélicas para buscar su fundamento en la distinción entre los dos poderes divinos: potentia Dei absoluta/ordinata.

Abstract: The purpose of this work is to describe the way in which modern political theories are founded on the concepts and doctrines of medieval formalist scholasticism. From the formal ex natura rei distinction of Duns Scotus, modern political philosophy will abandon the Aristotelian bases to find its foundation in the distinction between two divine powers: potentia Dei absoluta / ordinata.

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Publicado
2020-07-24
Cómo citar
León Florido, Francisco. 2020. La Distinción Formal De Duns Escoto Y Los Orígenes Del Formalismo Político Moderno. Carthaginensia 36 (70), 479-500. https://revistacarthaginensia.com/index.php/CARTHAGINENSIA/article/view/199.