Habitus w koncepcji Arystotelesa i jego średniowiecznych komentatorów
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The purpose of this article is to present a theory of habitus in the philosophy of Aristotle and his medieval commentators. The first part of the article – which is the introduction to the problems of habitus – displays Aristotelian account. In the second part I present the development of this concept in the thirteenth century followers of Aristotle, i.e. Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas. The third part is devoted to the discussion of late medieval modification of the Aristotelian theory in account of Gerald Odonis, John Duns Scotus, John Buridan and Paul of Worczyn.