Is The Sensible An Illusion? The Revisited Ontology Of The Sophist

Aufklärung 1 (1):33-57 (2014)

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Luca J. Pitteloud
Universidade Federal do ABC
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In this paper we argue that, in the Sophist, Plato provides the reader some elements about a revision of his ontology behind the discussion about the nature of non-being. We would want to show that the analysis of the notion of image gives some indications concerning the nature of the sensible, which is usually described as an image of the intelligible.
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