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by Giovanni Reale,John R. Catan

Author: Giovanni Reale,John R. Catan
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press; y First printing edition (June 30, 1985)
Pages: 527 pages
Category: Politics
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ISBN 13: 9780887060083. File: PDF, . 4 MB. Читать онлайн. 1. A History of Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 4: The Schools of the Imperial Age. Giovanni Reale, John R. Catan.

Reale s volume supplies a synthesis previously lacking a synthesis in the historical treatment of the great philosophies of the Hellenistic Age: the Academy, the Peripatos, the Stoa, the Garden of Epicurus, Scepticism, and Eclecticism. Reale s extensive and fully documented treatment of the major schools of the period is unified by his thesis that the ethics developed by these major schools were secular faiths that sprang from intuitions about the meaning of life first emotionally grasped and then systematically and rationally developed.

Giovanni Reale, The Systems of the Hellenistic Age: History of Ancient Philosophy (Suny Series in. .Peripatetic philosophy" entry in Lieber, Wigglesworth & Bradford 1832, p. 22. Chauí, 2010, p. 14.

Peripatetic philosophy" entry in Lieber, Wigglesworth & Bradford 1832, p. Abbagnano, 2014, p. 826.

Reale's History of Ancient Philosophy is written in four volumes

Reale's History of Ancient Philosophy is written in four volumes. This volume covers the Hellenistic Systems (i. after Aristotle and until the Common Era). Reale is to be commended for his attention to detail, the brevity and conciseness of his points, and the way that he contin Reale's History of Ancient Philosophy is written in four volumes.

A history of ancient philosophy. 3. The systems of the Hellenistic Age. Addeddate. Reale, Giovanni; Catan, John R. Publication date. Albany : State University of New York Press.

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Reale’s volume supplies a synthesis previously lacking-a synthesis in the historical treatment of the great philosophies of the Hellenistic Age: the Academy, the Peripatos, the Stoa, the Garden of Epicurus, Scepticism, and Eclecticism. Reale’s extensive and fully documented treatment of the major schools of the period is unified by his thesis that the ethics developed by these major schools were secular faiths that sprang from intuitions about the meaning of life first emotionally grasped and then systematically and rationally developed. It is for this reason that the teachings.

History of Ancient Philosophy IV, A: The Schools of the Imperial Age. Giovanni Reale.

พิ่มในรายการสิ่งที่อยากได้. In this book, Reale traces the decline of the philosophical schools of the classical period, the post-Platonic Academy, the post-Aristotelian Peripatos, and the minor socratic schools. The destruction of the polis and the incapacity of the schools to address the concerns of the new age were the fertile grounds from which the new schools developed. The Garden of Epicurus, the Porch of Zeno, and the sceptical movement initiated by Pyrrho form the core of the volume. History of Ancient Philosophy IV, A: The Schools of the Imperial Age.

A History of Ancient Philosophy II: Plato and Aristotle (SUNY Series in Philosophy). This book is originally in Italian. The book includes a translation of Theophrastus's Metaphysics

A History of Ancient Philosophy II: Plato and Aristotle (SUNY Series in Philosophy). The book includes a translation of Theophrastus's Metaphysics. The book is difficult to read, since it is geared mostly to scholars. Still, Reale's break from received wisdom of the early 20th Century is revolutionary. Reale argues that the Metaphysics contains a single thesis that is mounted throughout the 14 books. 6 people found this helpful.

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Reale’s volume supplies a synthesis previously lacking―a synthesis in the historical treatment of the great philosophies of the Hellenistic Age: the Academy, the Peripatos, the Stoa, the Garden of Epicurus, Scepticism, and Eclecticism. Reale’s extensive and fully documented treatment of the major schools of the period is unified by his thesis that the ethics developed by these major schools were secular faiths that sprang from intuitions about the meaning of life first emotionally grasped and then systematically and rationally developed. It is for this reason that the teachings of these schools endured almost continuously for about 500 years. It is for the same reason that the founders of the schools were considered gods and were actually, in a certain sense, the saints of secular faiths and religions.In this book, Reale traces the decline of the philosophical schools of the classical period, the post-Platonic Academy, the post-Aristotelian Peripatos, and the minor socratic schools. The destruction of the polis and the incapacity of the schools to address the concerns of the new age were the fertile grounds from which the new schools developed. The Garden of Epicurus, the Porch of Zeno, and the sceptical movement initiated by Pyrrho form the core of the volume. The volume contains a select bibliography and an index of names and Greek terms, as well as an index of citations.