The Problem of Intermediate Distinctions in Philosophical Course of Inokentij Gizel

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https://doi.org/10.22240/sent21.02.201

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Inokentij Gizel taught philosophy in Kyiv Mohyla College in 1645-47. His course is the earliest surviving full philosophical course lectured in Kyiv Mohyla College. The philosophical views of its author are often very different from ideas of Mohylean professors of later time. The solution of problem of distinctions could be a good illustration of this. The article presents a fragment Inokentij Gizel’s philosophical course: Logica, Tractatus 3. De distinctionibus, Caput 3-7, where Thomistic and Scotistic solutions of the problem of distinctions are examined. The text is given as the critical edition of the original Latin text and Ukrainian translation.

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Mykola Symchych, Skovoroda’s Institute of Philosophy, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

PhD in philosophy, junior research fellow at the Department of History of Ukrainian Philosophy

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Gizel, I. (1669). Peace to the man with God. [In Church Slavonic]. Kyiv.

Zhylenko, I. V. (2002). Synopsys from Kyiv. Lavra's Almanac. [In Ukrainian]. Kyiv: VIPOL.

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2009-12-16

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Symchych, M. (2009). The Problem of Intermediate Distinctions in Philosophical Course of Inokentij Gizel. Sententiae, 21(2), 201–206. https://doi.org/10.22240/sent21.02.201

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