The question of the unity of the metaphysics was among the outstanding and most discussed in the XVIth and XVIIth century both by scholastic philosophers and philologists-humanists interested primarily to the historical vicissitudes of the Aristotelian text and its reception. The paper highlights the Suarezian attitude towards this topics as a conservative one (in opposition to tendencies splitting metaphysics into ontology and theology), since the Spaniard elaborates a quite complex formula, confirming the unity of the object of metaphysics.
Danilo Facca — born in Pordenone (Italy) in 1961, is Associate Professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Co-Editor of the „Archives of the History of Philosophy and Social Thought”. He is currently engaged in an extensive study of peripatetic tradition during the Renaissance and the early modern age.
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