Category Archives: Metaphysics

Metaphysical Anti-Relationalism

In the prior post, I supposed that Aquinas’ notion of right is an relation as the object of justice. One of the characteristic endemic to modernity is the metaphysical loss of relation. In the case of liberalism, right is taken … Continue reading

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Doing Right by Aquinas

Based on a comment from Zippy, I began to wonder what connection there might be between right as understood in the Middle Ages and authority as understood by Zippy. Naturally, I meant straight to Aquinas ST II.II.Q57 on Right as … Continue reading

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