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AbstractAfter Agathon's speech in Plato's Symposium, Socrates takes a little time to make some comments about it. One of these comments is that the speech brought Gorgias to his memory (198 c 2-5). In this article we intend to track down in three complementary levels the diverse reasons why this...
AbstractI reconstruct Aristotle's epistemology and scientific methodology avoiding some problems which, in my opinion, are attributed to them from inadequate interpretations in terms of foundationalism or coherentism. On the contrary, I credit Aristotle with a hybrid concept of empiricism in...
AbstractThe present contribution focuses on two testimonia regarding Timasagoras, who is generally regarded as an Epicurean dissident: Cicero, acad. ii 25, 80 and Aet. iv 13, 6, p. 403, 22 Diels. The two passages are remarkably different and the evidence from Cicero is far more complex. The...
AbstractThe classification of 9/8 as epimoric ratio is not only a basic arithmetical notion, but also an important technical ground for Pythagorean- Platonic musical theory. Why then does Theon of Smyrna avoid this point? The common explanation, which refers to Theon's inadequate technical...
AbstractThree textual proposals on Diog. Laert. x 35-7 =Epicur. ep. Hrdt. 35- 7: (1) read 36 έν <δέ> τῇ μνήμῃ with Von der Muehll, giving <δέ> a strong oppositive sense; (2) transpose 36 έπεί καί τοṽ (τῷ) τετελεσιονργῃγένου (-ῳ) (…) δύνασθαι χρῇσθαι after 35 δεῖ μνῃμονεύειν (3) read 37 παρεγγνᾷ...
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