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Título: Anatomy of Ludic Pleasure in Thomas Aquinas
Palabras clave: Lengua y Literatura
Pleasure
rationality
Aquinas
eutrapelia
Editorial: Universidad de La Sabana
Descripción: The article carries out the analysis of ludic vocabulary used in the writings of Thomas Aquinas, which allows to discover the hermeneutics of humour that is characteristic for his way of thinking about man. The main objective of this publication is to test the foundations of Thomistic philosophy in regard to what is ludic, while emphasizing its anthropological (the value of the condelectatio), epistemological and ethical context. Within this framework, Thomas's thinking reveals certain ludic rationality , which sees the ludic as dirigibile and, thanks to ludic pleasure, opens up to other people (reciprocity and communal dimension) and the truth. The author takes special interest in showing how jokes and games help in rational knowledge.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=70130427003
Aparece en las Colecciones:Pensamiento y Cultura

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