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    Aristotle on the Causal Efficacy of Perceptible Qualities.Ekrem Çetinkaya - forthcoming - British Journal for the History of Philosophy.
    Aristotle grants perceptible qualities the power to generate sense perception in animals. But it is unclear whether, for him, these qualities can produce any effect other than perception. In this paper I address this issue through a novel approach. To show that they can produce non-perceptual effects, I explore contexts in his extant works where qualities appear to do causal work in nature without leading to perception in animals. This inquiry aims to demonstrate that Aristotle’s realism about qualities survives a (...)
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    Tucídides en Bagdad: el imperio ateniense y la guerra de Irak.Diego Alexander Olivera - 2024 - Argos 48:e0044.
    El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar la recepción de la obra de Tucídides a principios del siglo XXI en el contexto de la intervención militar estadounidense en Irak y la discusión sobre el carácter imperial de Estados Unidos. Se observa un empleo de la historia de la Atenas clásica y de su imperio, en pos de incidir en los debates políticos, en donde se le asigna al pasado las funciones de “legitimación” y “advertencia”. Se concluye que el imperio ateniense (...)
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    Las Achaica de Polibio (2.37-70). Expansión, lealtad y alianza con Roma.Álvaro M. Moreno Leoni - 2024 - Argos 48:e0043.
    El objetivo de este artículo es estudiar las llamadas Achaica de Polibio (2.37-70). Se propone dejar de lado indemostrables hipótesis, tanto sobre una escritura independiente, como también con respecto a la supuesta inserción tardía e inorgánica de este texto en las Historias. En cambio, se busca relacionar las Achaica con la situación histórica en Grecia en ca. 150 a.C. a fin de entender la construcción discursiva de una imagen internacional de los aqueos fundada en una fama histórica de pístis y (...)
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    How to Defend the Law of Non-Contradiction without Incurring the Dialetheist’s Charge of (Viciously) Begging the Question.Marco Simionato - 2024 - Organon F: Medzinárodný Časopis Pre Analytickú Filozofiu 31 (2):141-182.
    According to some critics, Aristotle’s elenctic defence (elenchos, elenchus) of the Law of Non-Contradiction (Metaphysics IV) would be ineffective because it viciously begs the question. After briefly recalling the elenctic refutation of the denier of the Law of Non-Contradiction, I will first focus on Filippo Costantini’s objection to the elenchus, which, in turn, is based on the dialetheic account of negation developed by Graham Priest. Then, I will argue that there is at least one reading of the elenchus that might (...)
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    El fundamento teórico de la idea de riqueza genuina en Política A de Aristóteles.Manuel Berrón - 2024 - Argos 48:e0045.
    En el célebre libro inicial de la Política Aristóteles aborda diferentes temas entre los que se destaca el estudio de la economía y la crematística (Pol. A 8-11). Un elemento clave de su argumento consiste en distinguir en primer lugar entre las dos disciplinas y, a continuación, entre dos tipos diversos de crematística (crematística1 y crematística2). El eje sobre el que se asienta su argumento para discriminar entre ellas consiste en señalar que la crematística1 persigue la riqueza genuina (o verdadera, (...)
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    Heracles, violencia, atletismo y espectáculo: una interpretación de las Imágenes (2.21, 23, 25) de Filóstrato.Ivana Selene Chialva - 2024 - Argos 48:e0046.
    Las Imágenes de Filóstrato contienen un número importante de escenas violentas, entre las que se destaca la serie dedicada a Heracles (2.21, 23, 25). La mayor parte de la crítica ha interpretado este motivo como actualización de los ideales heroicos del pasado griego en la paideia de la elite imperial; otras lecturas proponen leer las ecfráseis como expresiones de una estética del horror más amplia, que afecta a la iconografía escultórica de los siglos II y III d.C., y que se (...)
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    Los antropomorfismos y nombres de Dios en el Evangelio de Felipe.Juan Carlos Alby - 2024 - Argos 48:e0042.
    El Evangelio de Felipe ocupa el tercer lugar en el Códice II de la Biblioteca de Nag Hammadi, compuesto por otros seis tratados que en orden cronológico se disponen de la siguiente manera: Apócrifo (libro secreto) de Juan (versión larga); Evangelio de Tomás; Hipóstasis de los arcontes; Sobre el origen del mundo (primera copia); Exposición sobre el alma y Libro de Tomás, el Atleta. El Evangelio de Felipe es el más “sacramental” de los evangelios gnósticos, ya que los cinco ritos (...)
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    Pensar a Claudio.Silvia Calosso - 2024 - Argos 48:e0048.
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    Lidia Gambon (Coord.) Un corpus olvidado: la tragedia fragmentaria y sus héroes.Marcela Coria - 2024 - Argos 48:e0047.
    Reseña de: Un corpus olvidado: la tragedia fragmentaria y sus héroes, Colección Estudios Sociales y Humanidades, Bahía Blanca: Editorial de la Universidad Nacional del Sur (Ediuns), 2020, 196 pp. ISBN: 978-987-655-251-6. ISBN electrónico: 978-987-655-260-8.
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    In Memoriam: María Leonor Milia.María Laura Sabas & María José Leorza - 2024 - Argos 48:e0049.
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    Crossing the Stream, Leaving the Cave: Buddhist-Platonist Philosophical Inquiries.Amber D. Carpenter & Pierre-Julien Harter (eds.) - 2024 - Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    Crossing the Stream, Leaving the Cave brings philosophers from two of the world's great philosophical traditions--Platonic and Indian Buddhist--into joint inquiry on topics in metaphysics, epistemology, mind, language, and ethics. An international team of scholars address selected questions of mutual concern to Buddhist and Platonist: How can knowledge of reality transform us? Will such transformation leave us speechless, or disinterested in the world around us? What is cause? What is self-knowledge? And how can dreams shed light on waking cognition? What (...)
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    Franz Brentanos Psychologie des Aristoteles. Einführung.David Torrijos Castrillejo - 2024 - In Mauro Antonelli & Thomas Binder (eds.), Die Psychologie des Aristoteles, insbesondere seine Lehre vom ΝΟYΣ ΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΟΣ. Nebst einer Beilage über das Wirken des Aristotelischen Gottes. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
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    Know Thy Knowing: On the Reflexive Form of Self-knowledge.Christian Coseru - 2024 - In Amber D. Carpenter & Pierre-Julien Harter (eds.), Crossing the Stream, Leaving the Cave: Buddhist-Platonist Philosophical Inquiries. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 167-196.
    Drawing on three Platonic dialogues (Charmides, Alcibiades I, and Theaetetus) and the epistemology of Dignāga and Dharmakīrti, this chapter argues that the self-knowledge project need not depend on a metaphysics of self if the awareness present in each knowledge episode is taken to exhibit a reflexive dimension. Whatever the ultimate ground for self-knowledge, it must be such as to provide unity and coherence to experience, even if the achieved unity or harmony is not something determinate or fixed (as suggested by (...)
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    Die Psychologie des Aristoteles, insbesondere seine Lehre vom ΝΟYΣ ΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΟΣ. Nebst einer Beilage über das Wirken des Aristotelischen Gottes.Mauro Antonelli & Thomas Binder (eds.) - 2024 - Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
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    Kant and Stoic Ethics.Melissa Merritt (ed.) - forthcoming - Cambridge University Press.
    The volume brings together ancient-philosophy specialists and Kant scholars to advance our understanding of the significance of Stoicism for Immanuel Kant's ethical thought. Kant and Stoic Ethics -/- Contents: -/- Introduction -/- 1 Ethical Formulae in Ancient Stoicism — Brad Inwood -/- 2 Duties and Permissible Actions in the Early Stoics and Kant — Iakovos Vasiliou -/- 3 The Stoics and Kant on the Motive of Duty — Jacob Klein -/- 4 Kant on the Unity and Plurality of the Virtues (...)
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    "Everyone has a price at which he sells himself": Epictetus and Kant on Self-Respect.Melissa Merritt - forthcoming - In Kant and Stoic Ethics. Cambridge University Press.
    “Everyone has a price at which he sells himself”: Immanuel Kant quotes this remark in the 1793 _Religion within the Bounds of Reason Alone_, attributing it to “a member of English Parliament”. I argue, however, that the context of the quotation in the _Religion_ alludes to the arresting pedagogical practices of the Stoic philosopher Epictetus, who famously said that “different people sell themselves at different prices” (Discourses 1.2). I argue that there are two sides of Epictetus’s pedagogical strategies: a jolting (...)
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    Gorgias/Gorgias: The Sicilian Orator and the Platonic Dialogue.S. Montgomery Ewegen & Coleen P. Zoller (eds.) - 2022 - Parnassos Press.
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    Gorgias on Speech and the Soul.R. J. Barnes - 2022 - In S. Montgomery Ewegen & Coleen P. Zoller (eds.), Gorgias/Gorgias: The Sicilian Orator and the Platonic Dialogue. Parnassos Press. pp. 87-106.
    In his Encomium of Helen and On Not Being, Gorgias of Leontinoi discusses the nature and function of speech more extensively than any other surviving author before Plato. His discussions are not only surprising in the way they characterize the power of logos and its effects on a listener but also in how the two descriptions of speech seem to contradict one another. In the Helen, Gorgias claims that logos is a very powerful entity, capable of affecting a listener in (...)
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    Epicuro e la grandezza del sole: sul testo di Pyth. 91.Francesco Verde - 2016 - Méthexis 28 (1):104-110.
    The paper focuses on Epicurus’ Letter to Pythocles 91; more specifically, the article provides a detailed philological analysis of the presence in the text of οὐχ ἅμα after ἢ μικρῷ ἔλαττον ἢ τηλικοῦτον. The examination of this expression contributes to better understanding Epicurus’ position on the (very debated) topic of the size of the sun.
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    Bryson of Heraclea and Polyxenus, Megarian Philosophers.Santiago Chame - forthcoming - Phronesis.
    Bryson of Heraclea and Polyxenus have received little attention from scholars. Sources on these philosophers are few and difficult to interpret. However, they present interesting dialectical arguments that concern some of Plato’s and Aristotle’s most important theoretical elaborations: Bryson’s arguments on the issue of semantic ambiguity were explicitly discussed by Aristotle, and Polyxenus is credited with a particular version of the Third Man argument. My purpose in this paper is to reconstruct the historical background of these two philosophers and to (...)
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    Xenophon.Carol Atack - 2024 - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Introduction to Xenophon's work and overview of his philosophy. _Greece and Rome_ New Surveys in the Classics Vol 48.
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    Martin Heidegger as Interrogator: The Final Paradigm.Daniel Fidel Ferrer - 2023 - Verden: Kuhn von Verden Verlag..
    Martin Heidegger as Interrogator: The Final Paradigm By Daniel Fidel Ferrer. Copyright©2024 Daniel Fidel Ferrer. All rights reserved. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND. Imprint 1.0. 2024. All Rights are reserved. Intended copies of this work can be used for research and teaching. No change in the content and must include my full name, Daniel Fidel Ferrer. Enjoying reading and disagreeing. Publisher: Kuhn von Verden Verlag. Language: English and German. Includes bibliographical references and an index. Pages 1-316. Index total pages is 524. Ontology. (...)
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    Ensaio sobre o conceito de Eudaimonia em Aristóteles: dominante ou inclusivo?Douglas Teixeira Farias - manuscript
    Aristotle presents the concept of Eudaimonia in his work “Ethica Nicomachea”, which can be translated as “living well” and “acting well”. However, it is not clear whether this Supreme Good is something dominant or inclusive in relation to the virtues investigated by him throughout the 10 books of the work. In order to debate this doctrinal classification, commentators have been arguing in favor of both aspects, especially since the beginning of the 20th century. This essay aims to argue in favor (...)
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    A Cave Allegory.Philip Bold - forthcoming - Philosophy and Literature.
    A retelling of Plato's famous cave allegory. Inspired by Dōgen, Nietzsche, and Wittgenstein.
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    Plato’s Seventh Letter: Composition and Incongruences.Paulo Butti de Lima - 2021 - Méthexis 33 (1):102-116.
    The discussion on the authenticity of Plato’s Seventh Letter should consider its distinct parts, some incongruences between them and the editorial process of Plato’s later works. The number of times Plato has given advice and the number of travels to Sicily are differently indicated in the letter. These incongruences could be a sign of different Platonic texts being assembled by an ‘editor,’ becoming a relevant matter for the analysis of the text and its authorship.
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    "And the Soul Exists as the Sort of Thing Capable of Undergoing This": Induction in Posterior Analytics II.19 and the Power of the Intellect.Joshua Lo - 2024 - The Aquinas Review 2024:55-92.
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    O Direito Natural em Aristóteles.Tania Schneider da Fonseca - 2013 - Dissertation, Universidade Federal de Pelotas
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    Gorgias de Leontini: Elogio de Helena, Autodefensa de Palamedes, Sobre lo que-no-es.Javier Echenique - 2023 - Santiago de CHile: Ediciones Tácitas.
    Traducción al español y edición del griego de los textos del orador y filósofo presocrático Gorgias de Leontini.
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    The influence of Plato’s "Phaedrus" on Aristotle's "Rhetoric".N. Zaks - 2020 - In Sylvain Delcomminette, Pieter D' Hoine & Marc-Antoine Gavray (eds.), The Reception of Plato’s Phaedrus from Antiquity to the Renaissance. De Gruyter. pp. 9-23.
    I argue that, although Aristotle himself does not say it in so many words, the Phaedrus has a deep influence on the three books of Aristotle’s Rhetoric. I also show that this influence is not only negative, as some scholars believe, but that Aristotle draws and expands on some of the results and propositions of the Phaedrus. After demonstrating how influential the Phaedrus is for the Rhetoric, I return in my conclusion to the difference between the two works.
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    Linguagem e Significação em Aristóteles e Wittgenstein.Christiano Pereira de Almeida - 2022 - Dissertation, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora
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    DA FÍSICA DOS ÁTOMOS À PERCEPÇÃO DOS SENSÍVEIS: OS MUNDOS, A HUMANIDADE E AS PERCEPÇÕES SENSÍVEIS EM DEMÓCRITO.Marcos Roberto Damásio da Silva - 2022 - Dissertation, Federal University of Minas Gerais
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    Plato's Philebus: A Commentary for Greek Readers.George Hilding Rudebusch - 2023 - Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press.
    Written in the fourth century BCE, Philebus is likely one of Plato’s last Socratic dialogues. It is also famously difficult to read and understand. A multilayered inquiry into the nature of life, Philebus has drawn renewed interest from scholars in recent years. Yet, until now, the only English-language commentary available has been a work published in 1897. This much-needed new commentary, designed especially for philosophers and advanced students of ancient Greek, draws on up-to-date scholarship to expand our understanding of Plato’s (...)
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    Daedala Imago and the Image of the World in Lucretius’ Proem (1.5–8).Alexandre Hasegawa - 2023 - Classical Quarterly 73 (2):670-681.
    This article aims to discuss how Lucretius arranges the four ‘roots’ at the end of successive lines of verse in the De rerum natura (henceforth, DRN) (1.5–8). In this passage Lucretius, alluding to Empedocles, puts the words in such an order that one can see the layers of the world by a vertical reading. In the same passage, Lucretius imitates the very beginning of Homer's ecphrasis (Il. 18.478–85), which the allegorical tradition will explain as an image of the world, related (...)
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    The Vastness of Void – Lucretius, Kant, Kopenawa.Marco Antonio Valentim - 2021 - Revista de Filosofia Moderna E Contemporânea 9 (3):273-292.
    The essay investigates the relationship between humanity and catastrophe in Davi Kopenawa’s shamanic cosmology, which is compared by approximation to Lucretius’ venusian cosmology and by contrast to Kant’s moral eschatology. It considers the thesis of the structural and dynamic instability of the sky and the problem of the cosmic void. So it seeks to develop the question about the origin and the end of humanity through the catastrophe, both in its ancestral, extra-human dimension, and in its connection with the current (...)
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    Ontoteologia e esquecimento do ser – Um confronto entre Aristóteles e Heidegger na leitura de Enrico Berti.Francisco Marques Miranda Filho - 2019 - In Michelle Bobsin Duarte (ed.), VI Semana dos Alunos e das Alunas de Pós-Graduação em Filosofia PPGFil - UFRRJ 2019. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: EDITORA DO PPGFIL-UFRRJ. pp. 179-192.
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    Alcibiades’ speech in the Symposium and its origins.Jakub Jirsa - 2007 - In Aleš Havlíček & Filip Karfík (eds.), Plato’s Symposium. Praha: Oikoymenh. pp. 279-292.
    The chapter relates Alcibiades's speech in the Symposium to the dialogue Alcibiades I. I believe, the encomium on Socrates in the Symposium should be interpreted together with the Alcibiades I. There, Plato offers a fuller picture of the relationship between Socrates and Alcibiades, one that gives a possible explanation of Alcibiades' failure and moral collapse, while keeping Socrates' position as a moral teacher intact. This approach presupposes that Plato wrote some of the dialogues in a deliberate order of the fictional (...)
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    Plato’s Symposium.Aleš Havlíček & Filip Karfík (eds.) - 2007 - Praha: Oikoymenh.
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    The Wandering Hero of the Hippias Minor: Socrates on Virtue and Craft.Ravi Sharma & Russell E. Jones - 2017 - Classical Philology 112:113-37.
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    L'Unité de la forme. L’ontologie d’Aristote et le défi de la complexité.Ulysse Chaintreuil - 2024 - Paris: Classiques Garnier.
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    La unitat del Sofista de Plató. Entre el sofista i el filòsof.Noburu Notomi - 2024 - Sabadell: Edicions Enoanda. Translated by Miquel Montserrat Capella.
    "El Sofista" de Plató es considera una de les obres més grans de la història de la filosofia, però els estudiosos s’han mostrat tímids a l’hora d’enfrontar-se al problema central del diàleg. Per a Plató, definir el sofista és el problema filosòfic bàsic: qualsevol investigador s’ha d’encarar al «sofista dins nostre» per tal d’assegurar la possibilitat mateixa del diàleg i de la filosofia contra el contraatac sofístic. Pròleg: Montserrat Crespín .
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    Sobre o Estado ideal e a religião na obra As Leis de Platão.Claudio de Cicco, Alvaro de Azevedo Gonzaga & Felipe Labruna - 2021 - Intuitio 14 (02):01-07.
    As Leis de Platão apresentam-se como uma coleção de comandos jurídicos detalhados que trata sobre diversos temas, entre eles a composição do Estado ideal em uma cidade utópica chamada Magnésia e a imprescindibilidade na crença nas divindades. A preocupação de Platão com as crenças religiosas está associada à necessidade de manutenção da ordem moral e política. Para o filósofo, uma cidade em que seus habitantes duvidam da existência de seressuperiores capazes de punir os ímpios será sempre vítima do caos moral. (...)
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    A Linguistic Muddle. Sextus’ Arguments against Universals at PH 2.227–8.Michele Pecorari - 2024 - Phronesis:1-40.
    At Outlines of Pyrrhonism (PH) 2.227–8, Sextus Empiricus argues that certain entities which his adversaries hold to be one and the same for different individuals are in fact not. This he does by, among other things, considering the truth-value of sentences of which the subject is a common noun, thereby drawing an interesting connection between metaphysics and semantics. In this article, I provide a careful analysis of Sextus’ arguments at PH 2.227–8 and explore the origins and limits of such a (...)
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    Fragments. Atticus - 1977 - Paris: Belles lettres. Edited by Édouard Des Places.
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    Sócrates político. Un comentario a Gorgias 521d.Miquel Solans Blasco - 2024 - Anales Del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 41 (1):1-17.
    El presente artículo defiende que en _ Gorgias _ 521d Sócrates se atribuye a sí mismo una forma genuina de saber político. Para ello, se abordan los problemas planteados por la crítica reciente en lo que respecta a la aparente incompatibilidad de dicha atribución con (1) el reconocimiento explícito en _ Gorgias _ de no poseer un saber referido a lo justo, y (2) la aparente invalidez de la actividad desarrollada por Sócrates para contar, bajo los criterios que él mismo (...)
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    Shame in the Gorgias.Olivier Renaut - 2024 - In J. Clerk Shaw (ed.), Plato's Gorgias: a critical guide. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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    Ancient readers of the Gorgias.Harold Tarrant - 2024 - In J. Clerk Shaw (ed.), Plato's Gorgias: a critical guide. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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    Being and Human Being: Reflections and Projections Upon A Philosophical Tradition.George Saad - 2022 - Borderless Philosophy 5:213-223.
    Reflections and projections upon the history of ontology and its meaning for the future of philosophy.
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    Greek Schools, Roman Heirs, and Unhappy Consciousness in Cicero's Academica.George Saad - 2021 - Borderless Philosophy 4:244-263.
    Cicero’s "Academica" offers a particularly rich demonstration of how the unhappy dialectic between stoicism and skepticism engages Roman historical self-consciousness. The Hegelian thesis of philosophy as mediated through historical development is given a clear articulation in the “derivative” Romans, precisely through their reception of a tradition, their experience of philosophy as inseparable from the self-consciousness of historical relation. The dispute happening in the "Academica" between a dogmatic stoicism and academic skepticism thus directly echoes the problems of contemporary 21st century philosophy (...)
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    Negative Forms in Plato's Sophist: A Re-Examination.Samuel Meister - forthcoming - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy.
    Contrary to recent work on the topic, I argue that, in the Sophist, Plato's Visitor does not posit any negative kinds or forms, such as the kind or form of the not-beautiful or not-being. My argument has a textual and a philosophical side. On the textual side, I argue that the Visitor does not posit negative kinds or forms. On the philosophical side, I argue that the Visitor does not need to posit any such entities because he can reach his (...)
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    Academic Philosophy: A Way of Life?Friso Timmenga - 2024 - Pli 35:47-72.
    This paper evaluates Pierre Hadot’s concept of ‘philosophy as a way of life’ (PWL) as a tool to critique academic philosophy. Firstly, I will provide a concise overview of Hadot’s critique through a discussion of two lesser-known texts. I will go on to submit that PWL, contrary to what its name might imply, does not primarily distinguish between philosophical theory and practice. Instead, through an exploration of relevant secondary sources, I will emphasize PWL’s focus on the spiritual dimension of philosophy, (...)
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