Antike griechische Philosophie (De Gruyter Studium) (German by Manuel Knoll

Greek Roman Philosophy

By Manuel Knoll

Manuel Knoll führt in diesem Studienbuch in die griechische Philosophie sowie deren kontroverse Interpretationen ein. Die Darstellung ist dabei klar und an der neuesten Forschung orientiert. Einen Schwerpunkt bilden die antike Ethik und politische Philosophie. Ausführlich behandelt werden jedoch auch die frühgriechische Philosophie, die Sophisten und Sokrates, Platons Ideentheorie und die Metaphysik, Theologie und Naturphilosophie des Aristoteles. Das Buch präsentiert zudem die Naturphilosophie und Ethik der Epikureer und der Stoiker. Die Serviceteile des Buchs informieren über Quellensammlungen, Nachschlagewerke und Literatur und bieten Übersetzungen zentraler Termini. Das Buch ist unerlässliche Lektüre für alle Studenten der antiken Philosophie.

Show description

Read or Download Antike griechische Philosophie (De Gruyter Studium) (German Edition) PDF

Similar greek & roman philosophy books

The Theoretical Practices of Physics: Philosophical Essays

R. I. G. Hughes provides a sequence of 8 philosophical essays at the theoretical practices of physics. the 1st essays study those practices as they seem in physicists' treatises (e. g. Newton's Principia and Opticks) and magazine articles (by Einstein, Bohm and Pines, Aharonov and Bohm). by way of treating those courses as texts, Hughes casts the thinker of technological know-how within the function of critic.

The Philosophy of Epictetus

The Stoic thinker Epictetus has been some of the most influential of historic thinkers, either in antiquity itself and nowa days. Theodore Scaltsas and Andrew S. Mason current ten particularly written papers which debate Epictetus' proposal on a variety of matters, together with ethics, good judgment, theology, and psychology; discover his kinfolk to his predecessors (including his philosophical heroes, Socrates and Diogenes the Cynic, in addition to the sooner Stoictradition); and think about his impact on later thinkers.

Can Death Be a Harm to the Person Who Dies? (Philosophy and Medicine)

Lt is with nice excitement that I write this preface for Or Li's publication, wh ich addresses the venerable and vexing matters surrounding the matter of no matter if loss of life could be a damage to the person that dies. This challenge is an old one that used to be raised some time past via the early Greek thinker Epicurus, who notoriously argued that dying is at no time a damage to its 'victim' simply because sooner than dying there's no harrn and after demise there isn't any sufferer.

The Genesis of Plato's Thought: Second Edition

It is usually acknowledged that to appreciate Plato we needs to comprehend his instances. Many readers who may settle for with no query this announcing of historic feedback should still ask yourself why we should always imagine it essential to start our enquiry way back to Homer and past. relating to Plato there's a fair higher have to pursue the argument again to the very beginnings of the old interval during which he lived and labored.

Additional info for Antike griechische Philosophie (De Gruyter Studium) (German Edition)

Sample text

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.36 of 5 – based on 4 votes