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Das spezifisch Menschliche in den kognitiven Kräften und Operationen

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This chapter deal with the contributions of the convenientiae et differentiae between humans and animals in the cognitive powers (virtutes apprehensivae, cognoscitivae) and their respective performances. It discusses the statement of the scholars on intellective cognition to the object. The chapter explains how the statements specifically apply to human in sensitive ways of knowing. It also discusses insights of statements in the similarities and differences in cognitive sub-processes. The chapter explores whether certain intellective knowledge services are exclusively adopted in humans and not in the animal kingdom and whether there is gradual gradations in intellective knowledge services. Sensitivity in humans and animals is not the same kind, but is specifically different, is the doctrine of the majority of the Magister. The sensitivity in human is always noble and powerful than in other beings. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: animal kingdom; cognitive power; convenientiae et differentiae; human beings; intellective knowledge services; sensitive ways of knowing



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