declare its individual being through its absolutely individual form, much as the idea of haecceitas
found in Gerard Manley Hopkins's experimental poetry had promised only a few decades before the advent of modernism (von Balthasar 3.
We could perceive here coming somehow near the proposition of Scotus about the individual difference, or haecceitas
, which brings, while being itself absolutely individual, the substantial form to ultimate actuality.
1308), in his unique theory of the principle of individuation popularly known as haecceitas
, offers us an often-overlooked resource for theological anthropology.
As Value and As Moral Horizon: A Scotist Contribution to the Project of a Phenomenological Ethics, WILLIAM E.
Without determining whether "inscape" and haecceitas
are compatible terms, it can be observed that Sobolev's argument appears to take "species" in its current logical and scientific sense as a sub-category of "genus," while Hopkins almost surely meant it in its most common Scholastic sense as "spectacle, sight, vision"; "outward appearance, shape, form"; "beautiful appearance, splendor, beauty.
Next, I summarize John Duns Scotus's notion of haecceitas
as a model for boundless divine love.
59-80), identifies the Scotian concept of haecceitas
as the key to understanding Hopkins' relationship to the natural world.
The novel is, in part, a record of Ippolita's attempts to shed her recalcitrant otherness, her haecceitas
While love was said to deliver the other to us in her haecceitas
, the device of alterity forces us to retain from this multiple and differentiated phenomenon only the most undifferentiated and impersonal mark that there is.
These were paid to London-based Haecceitas
, which specialises in online campaigning.
Tal distincao e formal porque a Natureza Comum e a haecceitas
seriam "formalitates", ou seja, qualidades diversas somente para a mente, mas inseparaveis como elementos de um mesmo ser.
1) The noted literary biographer Joseph Pearce has asserted that, in his emphasis on separateness and uniqueness, Tolkien reflects two other mostly forgotten elements of Catholic philosophy: the haecceitas
of John Duns Scotus, and the inscape of Gerard Manley Hopkins (Pearce 113-115).