Reprint of the 1th Edition 1955, New York
The human intellect must begin with sensible things, and hence all principles must somehow be found in sense experience. The discovery of principles in an induction. But there is no danger of empiricism or sensism, if we remember that point on which Aristotle and Aquinas were ready to stake their whole philosophy, namely, that sensible things are potentially intelligible. This means that sensible things can be understood as being.
About the Author
George P. Klubertanz was a Jesuit professor of philosophy at the St. Louis University.