Mauro Letterio ,
Bonaventura e Aristotele: il problema della causalitā,
Antonianum, 71/4 (1996) p. 705-719
SUMMARY: The theme of causality occupies an important place in bonaventurian reflection, in which it is tackled in its relation to the general problems of metaphysics and utilised as a herme-neutical instrument in the analysis of particular theological questions. The present study intends to concur towards a further deepening of this theme, up to now not adequately considered by scholars, putting in evidence the diverse treatment of these two different contexts and the peculiar contribution towards a better understanding of the relationship between the thought of Bonaventure and that of Aristotle.