2 edition of Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century found in the catalog.
Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century
Symposium Aristotelicum, Oxford 1957
Written in English
|Series||Studia Graeca et Latina Gothoburgensia -- 11|
|Contributions||Düring, Ingemar, 1903-,, Owen, G. E. L. 1922-|
|LC Classifications||B485 S87 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
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PLATO. (c. – bce), a Greek philosopher and founder of the Athenian Academy, was an Athenian citizen of high birth who grew up during the Peloponnesian War ( – bce). He was a member of the circle of young men who surrounded the charismatic Socrates ( – bce). After Socrates died, Plato withdrew from public life. A History of Greek Philosophy, Volume 6: Aristotle, An Encounter W. K. C. Guthrie With this book, Professor Guthrie completed his six-volume A History of Greek Philosophy in the course of which he surveyed the whole field of Greek philosophy from the Presocratics to Aristotle.
A.O. Rorty, ed. Essays on Aristotle’s Rhetoric (): diverse philosophical perspectives. Symposium Aristotelicum: papers from in uential triennial conference: I. D uring & G. E. L. Owen, eds. Aristotle and Plato in the Mid Fourth Century (); S. Mansion, ed. Aristote et les probl emes de m etho de ();. Required for all candidates: Aristotle: Physics II; Nicomachean Ethics I, II ; and Metaphysics Alpha. Plato: Apology, Phaedo, Republic I, II, IV, V c-VII, X to a. Options: Candidates should prepare seven to ten of the 19 options, selected in consultation with their advisor; substitutions for the texts listed are permitted with the adviser’s consent.
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Aristotle Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century book Plato in the mid-fourth century: papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum held at Oxford in August [Ingemar Düring; Symposium Aristotelicum (1. This book is a study of the literary strategies which the first professional philosophers used to market their respective disciplines.
Philosophers of fourth-century BCE Athens developed the emerging genre of the "protreptic" (literally, "turning" or "converting"). Simply put, protreptic.
'The Fragments of Aristotle's Lost Writings', in I. Duiiring and G. Owen, edd., Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century, Stud. et Lat. Goth. xi (G6te-borg ) A similar concern in connection with specific problems has been voiced by others, e.g., A.
Mansion, 'L'immortalite de l'^me et de l'intellect. In Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century. Papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum Held at Oxford in August Edited by Ingemar During and G.E.L. Owen. Göteborgpp.
– "Hesiodic Motifs in Plato." See under "Hesiod and Homer" above. "Republic III,b2–d6: Plato's Draft and the Editor's Mistake." Philologus ( Doctoral advisor: Werner Jaeger.
Owen, G. () “Logic and Metaphysics in Some Earlier Works of Aristotle” in Düring, I. and Owen, G. L., eds., Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century, Papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum held at Oxford in August, Cited by: Arguably the foundational text of Western political theory, Aristotle's Politics has become one of the most widely and carefully studied works in ethical and political philosophy.
This volume of essays offers fresh interpretations of Aristotle's key work and opens new paths for students and scholars to explore. Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century,pp. s A rchiv fur die Geschichte der Philosophie, 47 () 6 4, b second book of the Physics when she discussed whether or not Protr.
13 contains Plato's theory of transcendent Ideas-'. Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century: papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum held at Oxford in August, MLA Citation. During, Ingemar.
and Owen, G. and Symposium Aristotelicum. Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century: papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum held at Oxford in August, / edited by I. The first Symposia had relatively broad topics, "Aristotle and Plato in the mid-fourth century," "Aristote et les probl èmes de méthode," "Aristotle on dialectic: the Topics," "Naturphilosophie bei Aristoteles und Theophrast." In the last five (including the one for ), the subject has been either a short treatise or one book of a treatise.
This book is a study of the literary strategies which the first professional philosophers used to market their respective disciplines. Philosophers of fourth-century BCE Athens developed the emerging genre of the protreptic (literally, turning or converting).
Simply put, protreptic discourse uses a rhetoric of conversion that urges a young person to adopt a specific philosophy in order.
2 DEMOCRATIC FREEDOM Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 50 () 1–27 1. The oldest and throughout antiquity most common mean-ing of eleutheros is “being free” as opposed to “being a slave” (doulos).It is the only meaning attested in the Homeric poems,4 and if a Greek in antiquity was asked what eleutheria was, the presumption is that first of all he would think of.
Owen, ‘Logic and Metaphysics in Some Earlier Works of Aristotle’, in I. Düring and G. Owen (eds.), Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century (Studia graeca et latina gothoburgensia, XI, Götenborg, ), pp.
– The quotations are from p. Cited by: Düring, I. and G.E.L. Owen. Aristotle and Plato in the Mid Fourth Century (Goteborg: ) [Frede] Frede, Michael.
Essays in Ancient Philosophy (Minneapolis: ) [Judson] Judson, Lindsay. Aristotle’s Physics: a Collection of Essays (Oxford: ) [Matthen]. physics in Some Earlier Works of Aristotle,' in Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century, eds.
Duering and G.E.L. Owen, (Goeteborg, 19BÜ), p. contends that the aporiae signal Aristotle's return to : Edward Halper. Owen G. Düring I. Owen G. ‘Logic and Metaphysics in Some Earlier Works of Aristotle’ Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century Göteborg (Papers of the first Symposium Aristotelicum)Cited by: After Plato had severely criticized and blamed rhetoric, Aristotle raised it to the status of an “art”, i.e.
a practice with defined methods and a rational core. He describes rhetoric as the production and efficient use of pisteis, motives Author: Michel Crubellier. Owen, eds., Plato and Aristotle in the Mid-Fourth Century (Goteborg ), For other studies: A.
For other studies: A. Deschamps, ‘L’Idée Communiste chez Platon’, Revue d’Histoire Economique et Sociale 18 () ;File Size: KB. The C14 dating says mid-fourth century.
As this is not a christian text, I hope that I will not have any problems when I assert that the Plato NHC has probably not been tediously copied for centuries but was in fact authored close to the mid-fourth century (when we think via C14 the codices were published.).Exhortations to Philosophy: The Protreptics of Plato, Isocrates, works well in proving the main thesis of the book: that, in the fourth century, there is no protreptic genre, but only progress towards it.
Collins has given a modern facelift to this type of study, which broadens the readership of the book to include not only the handful of Cited by: 6.1“Logic and Metaphysics in some earlier Wortes of Aristotle”, in Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century, ed.
I. During andGoteborg,The quotations are from pp.p The position is further explained in Owen’s “Aristotle on the Snares ofAuthor: Jiyuan Yu.