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Socrates’ concise examination of intelligence in the Philebus is framed with the odd ambition to discover which knowledges are more closely related to knowledge. If we take Plato’s epistemology here to be ‘paradeigmatist’, this and other oddities of the passage disappear; we can then read it as...
I argue that Aristotle’s account of voluntary action focuses on the conditions under which one is the efficient cause of one’s actions qua individual. I also argue that Aristotle’s conception of the efficient cause of an action brings in certain normative features which support evaluative...
In the Phaedo , Socrates warns his listeners, discouraged by the objections of Simmias and Cebes, against becoming haters of logoi . I argue that the ‘misologists’ are presented as a type of proto-skeptic and that Socrates in fact shows covert sympathy for their position. The difference between...
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