The intentionality of the imagination in St. Teresa of ÁvilaRok vydání: 2021
This paper pretends to make a brief incursion into the teachings of Saint Teresa of Ávila (1515–1582) about the imagination throughout her four main writings: The Life, The Way of Perfection, The Interior Castle and The Book of the Foundations. Firstly, it offers a terminological clarification. Secondly, it presents the Teresian semantics of the terms.
Imagination. Thoughts. The Life. The Way of Perfection. The Interior Castle. The Book of the Foundations.
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