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Technē and Moral Expertise: J. E. Tiles

Philosophy 59 (227):49-66 (1984)

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  1. Politics, Slavery, and Home Economics: Defining an Expert in Plato's "Statesman".George Harvey - 2006 - Apeiron 39 (2):91-120.
  • Phýsis, Téchnē, Epistēmē: A Hermeneutical Approach.Yidy Páez Casadiegos - 2014 - Eidos: Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad Del Norte 20:38-52.
    In the history of philosophy, the opposition between epistēmē and téchnē has been conventional. Whether Plato or Aristotle is interpreted, or whether Archimedes, Ctesibius, Philo of Byzantium or Heron of Alexandria are revised, there is a marginalization of the téchnē as compared to the epistemic hierarchy of pure thought . I propose a different interpretation of an archaeological and genealogical nature, according to which an epistēmē in the téchnē and a téchnē in the epistēmē could be postulated.The inquiry begins with (...)
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  • Phýsis, téchne, episteme: Una aproximación hermenéutica.Yidy Páez Casadiegos - 2014 - Eidos: Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad Del Norte 20:38-52.
    Resumen En la historia de la filosofía, la oposición entre episteme y téchne ha sido convencional. Ya sea que se interprete a Platón o Aristóteles, o se revisen las invenciones de Arquímedes, Ctesibio, Filón de Bizancio o Herón de Alejandría, hay una marginalidad temática de la téchne frente a la jerarquía epistémica de un pensamiento puro (logis-mós). En este artículo se propone una interpretación diferente, de carácter arqueológico y genealógico, según la cual se podría postular una episteme en la téchne (...)
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  • The Good-Directedness of Τέχνη and the Status of Rhetoric in the Platonic Dialogues.Emily Hulme Kozey - 2019 - Apeiron 52 (3):223-244.
    Does a τέχνη, qua τέχνη, need to be good-directed? On the basis of the Gorgias, many scholars have thought the answer is yes; I argue here to the contrary. There are, of course, many beneficial τέχναι, such as medicine and weaving; and there are even unconditionally good τέχναι, like the πολιτικὴ τέχνη; but Plato also happily construes piracy as a τέχνη in the Sophist, and, more normally, all sorts of neutral practices as τέχναι. In order to make this argument, I (...)
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