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    Wokół panteonu w Prawach Plethona.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2013 - Filo-Sofija 13 (20).
    Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn On the Pantheon of Plethon’s LawsOf all the surviving fragments of Plethon’s Laws there emerges a holistic vision – that of a truly original philosophy. The last of Plethon’s works consists of many issues analyzed from different perspectives. The main purpose of this article is the presentation of Plethon’s hierarchy of gods. In the light of Plethon’s philosophy, the pantheon itself is the foundation of an original and controversial metaphysics. Indeed, knowing the divine order determines the cognition of (...)
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    Poza granicami wiary. Anatemy na Jana Italosa.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2012 - Filo-Sofija 12 (16):83-94.
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  3. Aristotle’s Lost Symposium and On Drunkenness. The Content of The Extant Testimonies and Excerpts.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2016 - Peitho 7 (1):205-216.
    Ancient catalogues of Aristotle’s writings mention Symposium in one book, but this does not seem to be a dialogue analogical to that of Plato. Aristotle raised the sympotical and wine-drinking issues differently, as Plutarchus, Macrobius, Philo of Alexandria, Ps. Julian, and first and foremost, Atheaneus relate in their works. In his The Sophists at Dinner, Atheaneus quotes Aristotle’s title Συμπόσιον only once, while the title Περὶ μέθης is cited six times. Some scholars and editors of Aristotle’s fragments combine both titles (...)
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  4. John Italos Seen by Anna Komnene.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2014 - Peitho 5 (1):279-294.
    The historical work of Anna Komnene is one of the main sources which provides crucial information about John Italos. It is worth noting though that princess Komnene sketches in the Alexiad a portrait of this eminent Byzantine thinker that is anything but flattering. Despite the wide range of perspectives and diverse representations of the philosopher, it is actually quite difficult to find in her opus any comments or opinions of decisively positive nature. As a matter of fact, the final opinion (...)
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  5. Marian Wesoły’s Greek Philosophy in Byzantium.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2018 - Peitho 1:447-458.
    Marian Wesoły devoted a considerable part of his life and research to studying the philosophical thought of antiquity. He is, therefore, widely known to scientific community as an admirer of Hellas, outstanding scholar and expert on ancient philosophy, which is reflected in his many publications in the field. Importantly, however, Marian Wesoły, has also been a pioneer of research into a much lesser known field of research, namely Greek philosophy in Byzantium. While this neglected and often disdained area of research (...)
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  6. Pionierska Philosophie Byzantine Bazylego Tatakisa w edycji polskiej.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2014 - Peitho 5 (1):357-361.
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  7. Z Ziemi Do Hadesu I Z Powrotem, Czyli Bizantyńska Satyra Timarion.Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2015 - Peitho 6 (1):331-335.
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  8. Plethon’s Nómōn Syngraphḗ.Marian Andrzej Wesoły & Magdalena Jaworska-Wołoszyn - 2014 - Peitho 5 (1):301-320.
    After a very brief presentation of the most important facts concerning the life and writings of Georgius Gemistus Plethon, we shortly summarize the challenging content of his greatest and posthumously published opus entitled Nómōn syngraphḗ. While this paper offers the first Polish translation of this amazing work, the purpose of present article is to familiarize and promote Plethon’s fascinating treatise.
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