Entre «ensalmos» y «conjuros»: Sobre el temor y el conocimiento en el Fedón y el mito de la caverna

Apuntes Filosóficos 19 (34) (2009)

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Lorena Rojas
Universidad Católica Andrés Bello
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El artículo se propone destacar la importancia de lo que Sócrates llama «ensalmos» o«conjuros», fundamentalmente en el Fedón, aludiendo con ello al problema del «miedo» que aparece bajo la imagen de un «niño» atemorizado, que impide la aceptación plena de la verdad o del argumento demostrado. Palabras clave: Ensalmo; Miedo; Verdad; SócratesThis paper intends to highlight the importance of what Socrates calls «incantations» or «spells», fundamentally in Phaido, hinting with it at the problem of «fear». The latter, appearing as a frightened «child», impedes full acceptance of truth or truthful argument. Keywords: Incantation; Fear; Truth; Socrates
Keywords Incantation  Socrates  Ensalmo  Fear  Sócrates  Miedo  Truth  Verdad
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