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2017  東方神化思想と西方神秘思想Ⅱ 司会報告  寄稿  単著 
中世思想研究  , 中世哲学会  , 第59号  , pp. 125-127  , 2017/09   

概要(Abstract) 2017年度の中世哲学会におけるシンポジウム「東方神化思想と西方神秘思想Ⅱ ―西方キリスト教における神秘思想―」の司会報告 

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2012  「「分離した魂は個々のものを認識するか」トマス・アクィナス『定期討論集 魂について』第20問題」翻訳と註  翻訳  単著 
『南山神学』  , 在名古屋教皇庁認可神学部・南山大学人文学部キリスト教学科  , 第36号  , 163-189 (27p.)  , 2013年3月   

概要(Abstract) In Disputed Questions on the Soul, question 20, Thomas Aquinas deals with the question: whether the separated soul knows singular things. Thomas offers eighteen arguments which lead to a negative answer that the separated soul does not know singulars, and three “Sed contra” arguments which hold the affirmative answer that the separated soul does know singulars.

Thomas’s own answer to this question is “Yes.” He says that we must say that the separated soul knows singulars, for otherwise it would not remember the things which it did in this life, and thus there would be no “worm of conscience” (conscientiae vermis) in the separated soul. Also, the soul must know the singular things of which it acquired knowledge after the separation from the body, for otherwise it would not be affected by the fires of hell and the other corporeal punishments which are said to be in hell. However, he maintains that the separated soul knows some singulars, but not all of them, for example, they do not know (as Augustine says) the things that are happening here.

How, then, is the separated soul able to know singulars, although it cannot know singulars directly when it is united with the body in this life? According to Thomas, when the soul is separated from the body, because of this separation, the soul will be free to turn its sight toward higher substances so that by means of them it will be able to receive the influx of intelligible forms. These intelligible forms are the same forms which are infused in angels by the divine design. Since these forms are likenesses of things with respect to both form and matter, the separated soul can know singulars through them.

However, according to Thomas, the separated soul’s knowledge of singulars are limited. Unlike the angels, the efficacy of the intellective power of the separated soul is not proportioned to the universality of the infused intelligible forms, and therefore it cannot know all singular things determinately and completely, but rather in a certain general and indeterminate manner. These infused forms in the soul are limited to a knowledge of certain singular things to which the soul is specifically ordered or inclined.
 

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2010  Martin Rhonheimer, The Perspective of the Acting Person: Essays in the Renewal of Thomistic Moral Philosophy  書評  単著 
中世思想研究  , 中世哲学会  , 52号  , 4p.  , 2010   

概要(Abstract) マルティン・ロンハイマーの著作、The Perspective of the Acting Person: Essays in the Renewal of Thomistic Moral Philosophy (Wathington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2008) についての書評。 

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