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Gaston LeNotre: "Can Thomas' Account of Individuation Survive Scotus' Objections?"

Gaston LeNotre: "Can Thomas' Account of Individuation Survive Scotus' Objections?"

We are happy to welcome back Dr. Gaston LeNotre for his second appearance on Talking Thomism! Dr. LeNotre is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Dominican University College in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He earned his PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C.

In his paper "Can Thomas' Account of Individuation Survive Scotus' Objections? A CONCRETE Respone," Dr. LeNotre follows up on the work he presented in his appearance on Talking Thomism. Here, he argues that Aquinas held indeterminate dimension is the principle of individuation and considers some objections to this position taken from the Subtle Doctor himself, Duns Scotus.

This talk was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies on February 22, 2019.

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