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Tillard, Chairde l'Eglise, chair du Christ, Cogitatio Fidei 168 (Paris: Cerf, 1992); and idem, L 'Eglise locale: ecclesiologie de communion et catholicite, Cogitatio Fidei 191 (Paris: Cerf, 1995).
Thus the self of Augustine is not the ego of Descartes that comes to or certifies itself through the exercise of the cogitatio.
24) A few pages later, Agamben stresses this point even further when he writes that "Andreas Cappellanus, whose De amore (On Love) is considered the exemplary theorization of the new conception of love, defined it as the immoderata cogitatio (immoderate contemplation) of an internal phantasm and added that 'ex sola cogitatione, quam concipit animus ex eo, quod vidit, passio illa procedit' (this passion derives only from the contemplation that the mind conceives from what it saw)" (81).
Comme l'admet Husserl au [section] 26 (<< Conscience eveillee et conscience assoupie >>) des Ideen II : << il appartient irreductiblement a l'essence de la conscience que tout acte ait son horizon d obscurite, que tout accomplissement d'acte sombre dans l'obscurite, des lors que l'ego se tourne vers de nouvelles lignes de la cogitatio (de l'action).
If "all knowledge comes by the form" (omnis cogitatio est per formam), "sight"--both intellectual and sensible--constitutes the moment where form "appears" and thus acquires reality as an "event" in the way that Heidegger's etymological conjunction of "event" and "beholding" (er-eignen/er-augen) had meant to suggest.
Descartes does not intend cogitatio to include even imagination, will and sensation: these 'special modes of thinking' are thoughts only if accompanied by reflective self-awareness.
Henry argues, however, that turning the cogitatio into absolute givenness is tantamount to "the substitution of what is never an object by something which can become one" (91).
O primeiro postulado indicado como obstaculo a filosofia da diferenca diz respeito ao Principio da Cogitatio Natura Universalis.
2, 163): "Magnificentia est rerum magnarum et excelsarum cum animi ampla quadam et splendida propositione cogitatio atque administratio.
Pertanto, la visione intellettiva e pura speculatio, che giunge a trascendere ogni tipo di imago: tanto quella corporale (phantasia o 'imago vera,' perche corrispondente alia realta sensibile), quanto quella spirituale (phantasma o 'imago ficta' perche generata dalla cogitatio / immaginazione).
italics mine): "tamen occurrebat sibi illa turpis cogitatio quando elevabatur corpus Christi, et non poterat credere quod corpus Domini esset ibi in altari, nec poterat ipsum rogare nec inspicere bene, inpediente ipsam cogitatione predicta et multis aliis cogitationibus que sibi in dicta elevatione occurrebant.
She says that for him, action and the perception of acting form a single mental event, cogitatio, and the idea by which the agent is aware of acting does not differ from the action itself.