Univocation

U`niv`o`ca´tion


n.1.Agreement of name and meaning.
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use of meta-fiction to undermine "univocation" (Sharma and
Univocation in this sense I prove by the following four arguments.
In De nominum analogia, the late fifteenth-century work designed to systematize Aristotelian/Thomistic theory, Cardinal Tomasso de Vio Gaetano (Cajetan) calls analogy "a mean between pure equivocation and univocation." (10) For Cajetan, analogy has an ambiguous epistemological status marked by the recurrence of a term.
That is, he first rejects what he calls the model of univocation (pain as a moment of God's self-realization) and the model of equivocation (the reduction of pain to God's economy).