FACULTAS (FACULTY)

способность, дар; по Фоме, «способность означает возможность силы, которая проявляется через привычки» (Thomas Aquinas. Sum. Theol. I. q. 83, a. 2 ob. 2), она означает также, «в соответствии с обычным словоупотреблением, силу, с помощью которой нечто содержится в воле, следовательно, способность также может называться обладанием, так как она является главенствующей по отношению к тому, чем обладает» (Thomas Aquinas. In lib. II Sent. d. 24, q. l,a. lad 2).


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • faculty — [fak′əl tē] n. pl. faculties [ME & OFr faculte < L facultas < facilis: see FACILE] 1. Obs. the power to do; ability to perform an action 2. any natural or specialized power of a living organism; sense [the faculty of hearing, speech, etc.]… …   English World dictionary

  • Faculty — Fac ul*ty, n.; pl. {Faculties}. [F. facult?, L. facultas, fr. facilis easy (cf. facul easily), fr. fecere to make. See {Fact}, and cf. {Facility}.] 1. Ability to act or perform, whether inborn or cultivated; capacity for any natural function;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Faculty of advocates — Faculty Fac ul*ty, n.; pl. {Faculties}. [F. facult?, L. facultas, fr. facilis easy (cf. facul easily), fr. fecere to make. See {Fact}, and cf. {Facility}.] 1. Ability to act or perform, whether inborn or cultivated; capacity for any natural… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • faculty — late 14c., ability, means, resources, from O.Fr. faculté (14c.) skill, accomplishment, learning, and directly from L. facultatem (nom. facultas) power, ability, wealth, from *facli tat s, from facilis (see FACILE (Cf. facile)). Academic sense… …   Etymology dictionary

  • faculty — ► NOUN (pl. faculties) 1) an inherent mental or physical power. 2) an aptitude or talent. 3) chiefly Brit. a group of university departments concerned with a major division of knowledge. 4) N. Amer. the teaching or research staff of a university… …   English terms dictionary

  • faculty — [14] If one has a faculty for doing something, one finds it ‘easy’ to do. The word comes, via Old French faculte, from Latin facultās. This was a parallel form to facilitās (source of English facility [15]). Both were derived from Latin facilis… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • faculty — [14] If one has a faculty for doing something, one finds it ‘easy’ to do. The word comes, via Old French faculte, from Latin facultās. This was a parallel form to facilitās (source of English facility [15]). Both were derived from Latin facilis… …   Word origins

  • Faculty of Economics of Casimir Pulaski Technical University of Radom — Infobox University name = Faculty of Economics native name = Wydział Ekonomiczny image size = 200px caption = latin name = Facultas Oeconomica motto = mottoeng = established = 1969 closed = type = Public affiliation = Roman Catholic Diocese of… …   Wikipedia

  • faculty — fac|ul|ty [ˈfækəlti] n plural faculties [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: faculté, from Latin facultas ability ] 1.) a department or group of related departments within a university faculty of ▪ the Faculty of Law ▪ the Engineering Fac …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • faculty — noun (plural ties) Etymology: Middle English faculte, from Anglo French faculté, from Medieval Latin & Latin; Medieval Latin facultat , facultas branch of learning or teaching, from Latin, ability, abundance, from facilis facile Date: 14th… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • faculty — /fak euhl tee/, n., pl. faculties. 1. an ability, natural or acquired, for a particular kind of action: a faculty for making friends easily. 2. one of the powers of the mind, as memory, reason, or speech: Though very sick, he is in full… …   Universalium

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