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before the ideation, which seems to us today to be isolated from its source. The following passage explains his way of seeing things: “If it is certain that there were laws before there were philosophers, we must infer that the spectacle of the inhabitants of Athens coming together through the act of

In: Georges Sorel’s Study on Vico

education- program modelled on a sacred rite. 53 To one of his own persuasion, then, the name of Numenius’ work might easily suggest one whose insights are higher than those of ordinary humans, one who beholds the supreme phil- osophic spectacle. Th e use of a bird whose very name marks suggests a

In: The International Journal of the Platonic Tradition