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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Pensar a Claudio.Silvia Calosso - 2024 - Argos 48:e0048.
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  8. In Memoriam: María Leonor Milia.María Laura Sabas & María José Leorza - 2024 - Argos 48:e0049.
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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. Aristotle on the Scope of Practical Reason: Spectators, Legislators, Hopes, and Evils, written by Pavlos Kontos. [REVIEW]Andrew Culbreth - 2024 - Polis 41 (2):380-384.
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  13. ‘CRITICAL ANCIENT WORLD STUDIES’ - (M.) Umachandran, (M.) Ward (edd.) Critical Ancient World Studies. The Case for Forgetting Classics. Pp. xvi + 268, ills. London and New York: Routledge, 2024. Paper, £35.99. ISBN: 978-1-032-12011-9. Open access. [REVIEW]Mateusz Stróżyński - forthcoming - The Classical Review:1-3.
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  14. Two Textual Notes on Pindar’s Isthmian Odes.Nicholas Lane - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):251-256.
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  15. The Aegeidae from Phlegra: A Ghost Reference in schol. Pind. Isthm. 7,18a Drachmann.Gertjan Verhasselt - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):243-250.
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  16. Der Mond ist untergegangen ….Jens Holzhausen - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):235-242.
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  17. Die stundenweise Berechnung der Lebenszeit im römischen Altertum.Herbert Grassl - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):227-234.
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  18. Tages-Ordnung.Elke Stein-Hölkeskamp - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):205-226.
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  19. L’ultimo frammento delle Laudes cassiodoree (Cassiod. Or. fr. p. 483–484 Traube).Marco Cristini - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):191-204.
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  20. Oratory and Theatre in the Late Roman Republic.George Bogdan Cristea - 2024 - Hermes 152 (2):165-190.
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  22. Revisiting the Authorship of [Arist.] περὶ πνεύματος: The Case for Theophrastus.Luca Torrente - 2024 - Apeiron 57 (2):265-288.
    In this article, I claim that the treatise known as περὶ πνεύματος/De spiritu (481a-486b Bekker) was written by Theophrastus. My overall argument unfolds in three stages: first, I briefly summarize the arguments against De spiritu’s authenticity in Aristotle’s corpus. This summary will lead to my first argument which uses the very same reasons that prove the non-Aristotelian authorship to claim the Theophrastean one, in particular linguistic aspects of the text (§2). Next, I will focus on chronology, by discussing the mention (...)
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  23. Why is Deliberation Necessary for Choice?Duane Long - 2024 - Apeiron 57 (2):195-217.
    In the ethical texts, Aristotle claims that all instances of choice (prohairesis) must be preceded by deliberation, but it is not clear why he believes this. This paper offers an explanation of that commitment, drawing heavily from the De Anima and showing that the account emerging from there complements that of the ethical texts. The view is that the deliberative faculty has the capacity to manipulate reasons combinatorially, while the perceptual/desiderative faculty does not, and choice requires the combinatorial manipulation of (...)
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    Athenaeus of Attaleia (fl. mid-first century BC) offers a fascinating example of the interest among Graeco-Roman physicians in marking out the boundaries between medicine and philosophy. As founder of the so-called Pneumatist medical sect, he was deeply influenced by contemporary Stoicism. A number of surviving ancient testimonia tell us that he held a distinctive view on the question of how far medicine should analyse the composition of the human body. Rather than having recourse to the Stoic cosmic elements fire, air, (...)
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  25. NEOPLATONISM AND GENDER - (J.) Schultz, (J.) Wilberding (edd.) Women and the Female in Neoplatonism. (Studies in Platonism, Neoplatonism, and the Platonic Tradition 30.) Pp. xiv + 312. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2022. Cased, €135. ISBN: 978-90-04-51046-3. [REVIEW]Emilie Kutash - forthcoming - The Classical Review:1-3.
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  26. Wisdom, Love, and Friendship in Ancient Greek Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Daniel Devereux.Doug Reed (ed.) - 2020 - Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter.
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  27. Diogenes of Sinope: the man in the tub.Luis Navia - 1998 - Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
    The life and teachings of Diogenes of Sinope, the Greek philosopher who gave rise to classical Cynicism, deserve careful consideration because of their relevance to contemporary ethical issues. The task of reconstructing the philosopher's life, however, is exceedingly difficult, because in his case, more than in those of other ancient philosophers, we must deal not only with the scarcity of reliable sources and testimonies, but also with the mountains of anecdotal and fictional accounts that are responsible for the creation of (...)
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  28. THE COMPOSITION OF THE BIBLIOTHECA_- (J.A.) Michels Agenorid Myth in the _Bibliotheca_ of Pseudo-Apollodorus. A Philological Commentary of _Bibl. III.1–56 and a Study into the Composition and Organization of the Handbook. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 402.) Pp. xii + 897. Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2023. Cased, £175.50, €194.95, US$201.99. ISBN: 978-3-11-060279-1. [REVIEW]Joan Pagès - forthcoming - The Classical Review:1-3.
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  29. Euripides, Troades 95–7: Is Something Missing?David Kovacs - forthcoming - Classical Quarterly:1-3.
    This paper raises objections to the constitution of these lines in the OCT. The lines are gnomic but they generalize based on an actual sequence of events just described and should contain an allusion to the offence that will cause the Greeks to perish, the outrage against Athena's temple. This, it is argued, stood in a lacuna best marked after 95. The article has three theses: (1) sacking ‘cities, temples, and tombs’ is implausible because the latter two are parts of (...)
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  30. Réminiscence ou anamnèse : qu'essayait de dire Platon ?Francesca Ferré - 2018 - Espace Prépas by Studyrama 178:97-99.
    Le terme "réminiscence" dit-il ce qu'essayait de dire Platon ou pas ? Pourquoi ce mot ne peut-il pas le dire ? Alors si "anamnèse" dit ce qu'essayait de dire Platon, quelle est la différence entre les deux termes ? Pourquoi n'est-pas une simple affaire lexicale ? Pourquoi entendre Platon exige-t-il de nous que nous allions à la chose même ?
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  31. Que montrent les corps ?Francesca Ferré - 2018 - Espace Prépas by Studyrama 175:89-91.
    La question "Que montrent les corps ?" étonne tout en étant compréhensible. Les corps sont-ils des phénomènes au sens de la phénoménologie ? En se montrant montrent-ils en même temps autre chose en retrait qui est le fond de leur manifestation ?
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  32. Diversité de la parole chez les Grecs.Francesca Ferré - 2017 - Espace Prépas by Studyrama 170:103-106.
    La parole n'est pas entendue de manière univoque chez les Grecs mais dans la diversité de mots et de sens. C'est cette diversité qu'il s'agit de penser et pour ce , l'interpréter.
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  33. The incorporeality of what-is in Melissus of Samos.Daniel Matos - forthcoming - Ancient Philosophy.
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  34. The Highest Good in the Nicomachean Ethics and the Bhagavad Gita: Knowledge, Happiness, and Freedom.Roopen Majithia - 2024 - London: Bloomsbury Academic.
    This open access book presents a comparative study of two classics of world literature, offering the first sustained study of what unites and divides the Nicomachean Ethics and the Bhagavad Gita. -/- Asking what the texts think is the nature of moral action and how it relates to the highest good, Roopen Majithia shows how the Gita stresses the objectivity of knowledge and freedom from being a subject, while the Ethics emphasizes the knower, working out Aristotle’s central commitment to the (...)
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  35. The Crisis of Logic and the (In)stability of Science.Paolo Colizzi - forthcoming - International Journal of the Platonic Tradition:1-25.
    The purpose of this paper is 1) to focus on the last section of the In Parmenidem, analyzing Proclus’ reflection on the relationship between the First God and what he calls the “axioms of contradiction”, accompanied by an attempt to harmonize in a subordinate sense the Aristotelian perspective with the Platonic one; 2) to analyze the reception of this idea in Nicholas of Cusa, the first Latin author to be systematically influenced by the In Parmenidem. It will be possible to (...)
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  36. The Biological Framework for a Mathematical Universe.Ronald Williams - unknown - Dissertation, Temple University
    The mathematical universe hypothesis is a theory that the physical universe is not merely described by mathematics, but is mathematics, specifically a mathematical structure. Our research provides evidence that the mathematical structure of the universe is biological in nature and all systems, processes, and objects within the universe function in harmony with biological patterns. Living organisms are the result of the universe’s biological pattern and are embedded within their physiology the patterns of this biological universe. Therefore physiological patterns in living (...)
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  37. Feeling for Augustine.Catherine Conybeare - 2024 - Classical Antiquity 43 (1):1-18.
    This essay promotes affective engagement with the texts we read, arguing that we should attend both to recognizing emotion within the texts and to allowing ourselves to feel emotion as we read. The essay thus aligns itself with contemporary theories of non-hermeneutic or surface reading. The argument is illustrated specifically by the relationship of Augustine of Hippo (354–430 CE) to the emotion of anger. The transcripts of the Council of Carthage, held in 411, show an eruption of anger on Augustine’s (...)
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  38. The Routledge Handbook of Women and Ancient Greek Philosophy.Sara Brill & Catherine McKeen (eds.) - 2024 - Routledge.
    The Routledge Handbook of Women and Ancient Greek Philosophy is an essential reference source for cutting-edge scholarship on women, gender, and philosophy in Greek antiquity. The volume features original research that crosses disciplines, offering readers an accessible guide to new methods, new sources, and new questions in the study of ancient Greek philosophy and its multiple afterlives. Comprising 40 chapters from a diverse international group of experts, the Handbook considers questions about women and gender in sources from Greek antiquity spanning (...)
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  39. Revelation Comes from Elsewhere.Jean-Luc Marion - 2024 - Stanford: Cultural Memory in the Present. Translated by Stephen E. Lewis & Stephanie Rumpza.
    Jean-Luc Marion has long endeavored to broaden our view of truth. In this illuminating new book--his deepest engagement with theology to date--Marion proposes a rigorous new understanding of human and divine revelation in a deeply phenomenological key. Although today considered the central theme of theology, the concept of Revelation was almost entirely unknown to the first millennium of Christian thought. In a penetrating historical deconstruction Marion traces the development of this term to the rise of metaphysics from Aquinas through Descartes, (...)
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