Studia Poliana 5:167-198 (2003)

Juan José Sanguineti
Pontifical University Of The Holy Cross
This article compares the alleged ‘neo-Parmenidian’ philosophy of Severino with the ‘anti-Parmenidean’ philosopher Polo. Following Polo’s view, Severino’s fundamental method is shown to consist in taking on Parmenides’ basic notion of identity and projecting it onto Hegel’s dialectic. On using the principle of non-contradiction, Severino recurs predominately to the mental operation of negation.
Keywords Being  Severino  Polo  Becoming  Identity  Nothing  Negation  Contradiction
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