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Robert Vinkesteijn

the argument in Galen’s approval—with some adaptation—of the position of the Peripatetic Andronicus of Rhodes; (4) the comparison between QAM and Prop. Plac. and the distinction between knowledge and what is plausible. 2 Galen’s Introduction of the Argument Before Galen delves into the question of

James Warren

Tsouni’s Antiochus and Peripatetic Ethics offers a detailed account of Antiochus’ ethical philosophy with particular reference to its adaptation of Peripatetic views to a contemporary philosophical agenda dictated to a large extent by Stoicism. 10 She devotes much of the book to considering the

Jozef Müller

vis-à-vis intellect, then, human non-rational desires cannot be constrained or limited, either by a built-in mechanism or adaptation to a particular habitat. 74 Although this tension should be resolved in favor of the higher, intellectual function, it is not immediately obvious what it would mean for

Torbjörn Gustafsson Chorell

by assigning them a specific location in space and time that is, in principle, observable and, as such, fixed and immutable.” 49 As is apparent from my reading, Kleinberg’s adaptation of deconstruction and the trace is cast as the most secular alternative to ontological realism that we are likely to

Laetitia Monteils-Laeng

, il n’implique cependant pas une forme de providentialisme. La phusis des peuples répond d’abord à une nécessité naturelle, l’adaptation à leur environnement. Le tempérament des non Grecs n’est qu’une conséquence du climat et des accidents géographiques qui y président, et non l’effet d

Eleni Panagiotarakou

overall framework of Plato’s considerable adaptation of dramatic elements in his middle works (p. 275). However, rather than focusing on the manner and extent to which Plato borrows from Aristophanes, this author is more interested in Plato’s opposition to Aristophanes’ philosophy (p. 276). In particular

Eric W. Robinson

rhetoric’s power and reach was not so much (or not merely) its regular use in the courts and assembly spaces of Athens to persuade listeners and thereby exercise popular leadership, but its adaptation from the public arena into literary genres, especially speeches in historical works, logographers’ fictive

S.J. Arthur Madigan

recognized two distinct types of happiness) had more influence in the thirteenth century. Crucial to Albert’s and Thomas’s adaptation of Aristotle is the notion of synderesis , which infallibly apprehends moral principles, or, in other words, the principles of natural law. This conception is not

María Elton

-love is an instinct which is prior to the association of ideas in practical imagination, which Smith presents as the only rational-moral process. This process generates a moral consensus between those who make up a society, on the basis of the adaptation of the moral sentiments of some individuals to

Pierre Pellegrin

appréciation de l’adaptation de chaque constitution à un peuple donné, une analyse complète de ce qu’est l’excellence constitutionnelle dans tous les cas possibles et une connaissance des modes de corruption et de conservation de chaque constitution, comme je l’ai rappelé. L’examen par Aristote des