This paper deals with some philosophical uses of logos prominent in platonic dialogues, namely those associated to contrasting logical and-epistemological contexts. As examples of sophistic uses of logos it examines three infallibilist and non-referentialist conceptions of logos advanced in the Euthydemus , the Theaetetus and the Cratylus. Given the public access policy of the journal, the use of the published texts is free, with the obligation of recognizing the original authorship and the first publication in this journal. The authors of the published contributions are entirely and exclusively responsible for their contents.
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Anscombe, G. DOI: Badham, Charles. The Philebus of Plato. Second edition. With an introduction, notes, and appendix. London: Williams and Norgate, Foot, P. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Hamelin, G. Long, A. The Hellenistic Philosophers. Greek and Latin Texts, with Notes and Bibliography. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Texto estabelecido e anotado por John Burnet.
Theaetetus — Sophist. The Loeb Classical Library. With an english translation by H. Oeuvres completes. Tome IX — 2e partie. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Abstract The notion of virtue is undoubtedly one of the main components of the ethics of ancient Greek thinkers. Being the privileged instrument for achieving happiness, virtue already played an important role in Archaic Greece. But it is necessary to wait for the Classical period for such a moral conception to be more democratic and accessible to the majority of citizens.
The contribution of Socrates and Plato is fundamental to this change inasmuch as the conquest of happiness by means of virtue can also benefit th ose who venture to use reason, especially philosophers.
In this new ethical model, the reference is without hesitation Aristotle, as exemplified by his wide influence in the course of the history of philosophy. However, if the Stagirite has dominated the e thical scene for centuries, it owes much to his master Plato, who taught him notably the essentials about the nature of virtue. Downloads Download data is not yet available.
References Anscombe, G. After Virtue. Pence, G. Singer Ed. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, , pp How to Cite. Journal of Ancient Philosophy , 11 1 , Vol 11 No 1 Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work e. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online e. ISSN:
A natureza da virtude como saber em Platão
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