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2009 | 15(28) | 9-23
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WAS SUAREZ ESSENTIALIST?

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The author discusses modern arguments, trying to solve the problem: was Suarez essentialist? The conclusion is that Suarez should not be stigmatized as being harmful to philosophy, but, on the contrary, he should be praised as a respectful thinker who ordered the metaphysics of Aristotle, defended it against Occamist nominalism and clarified scholastic philosophical terminology.
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9-23
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  • Stanislaw Ziemianski SJ, University School of Philosophy and Education, The Ignatianum in Cracow, Poland
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11PLAAAA101418
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