La théorie du Fluxus chez Albert le Grand : principes philosophiques et applications théologiques : le De fluxu causatorum a causa prima et causarum ordine : introduction, texte, traduction, notes et commentaire

Abstract : The purpose of this study consists in the language of procession and creation that has fallen into oblivion for too long within the contextual framework of Neo-Platonism and XIII th century Aristotelian understanding : that of the fluxus theory namely that of the flux one, in Albert the Great's works ( 1200- 1280). Our ain is to provide the reader with a descriptive , historical and philosophical outlook over the text in which the "Doctor universalis" exposes his flux theory: the De fluxu causatorum a causa prima et causarum ordine?, the fourth treaty of the "De causis et processu universitatis a prima causa" ( 1264- 1267).Albert's doxography, far from being a series of digressions or still mere paraphrases of "opiniones antiquorum", is to be regarded as the setting up of a genuine awareness process in the history of philosophy, of its never-ending existence and its critical moments. What's more still, the overall purpose of Albert's doxography is to provide answers to problematic issues non only originating from the past but also rooted in the contemporary world of our "Doctor universalis". Indeed, throughout the criticism of Trismegist's pantheism or even more clearly, that of Gebirol's materialism, what rises into view is the criticism of Amaury de Bène's formalist pantheism. Besides, the reader is to find a workshop translation of the text as well as its linear-related philosophical commentary. Albert used to define the "fluxus" as an emanation and as a procession. How was Albert, however philosophical-oriented he might have been, to succeed in tackling the argumentation of a Crypto-Neo- Platonism theory of procession and inserting it into a Christian one ?
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Sébastien Milazzo. La théorie du Fluxus chez Albert le Grand : principes philosophiques et applications théologiques : le De fluxu causatorum a causa prima et causarum ordine : introduction, texte, traduction, notes et commentaire. Religions. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007METZ002L⟩. ⟨tel-01749027⟩

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