METHODICAL DANGERS IN THE PARMENIDES INTERPRETATION

METHODICAL DANGERS IN THE PARMENIDES INTERPRETATION METHODICAL DANGERS IN THE P ARMENIDES INTERPRETATION BY Prof. dr. D. H. TH. VOLLENHOVEN (Summary 1 of the article in Philosophia Reformata XXX, 1965, pp. 63-112 and errata) In this artide the author first discusses the method foilewed by Dr. J. Mansfeld in his dissertation Die Offenbarung des Parmenides und die menschliche Welt, 1964, van Gorkum & Comp. N.V., Assen, the Netherlands. He then gives a further exposition of his views on Parmenides, published in his Geschiedenis der Wijsbegeerte, I, 1950, J. H. Kok, Kampen, the Netherlands. I. The Review of Mansfeld In his historical inrtroduction, which is limited to an inquiry into the indeed undear relation between P. and Herakleitos, M. is sceptic about Platoon's data (Parmenides 126A-127D). For this reason the chronology about P. does not come out with sufficient darity, while it escapes M. that not only Anaximandros, Xenophanes, Anaximenes, Herakleitos and Ameinias, but also Anaxagoras (t 534) and Alkmaioon (t + 530) were contemporaries of P. (after 515-after 451) and that their work might thus weil have played a role in P:s fragments. In his interpretation M. sharesthe widely currenrt overestimation by many, of the importance attached by P. to epistemology and logic and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophia Reformata Brill

METHODICAL DANGERS IN THE PARMENIDES INTERPRETATION

Philosophia Reformata, Volume 31 (1-2): 68 – Feb 20, 1966

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© Copyright 1966 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0031-8035
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10.1163/22116117-90001118
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METHODICAL DANGERS IN THE P ARMENIDES INTERPRETATION BY Prof. dr. D. H. TH. VOLLENHOVEN (Summary 1 of the article in Philosophia Reformata XXX, 1965, pp. 63-112 and errata) In this artide the author first discusses the method foilewed by Dr. J. Mansfeld in his dissertation Die Offenbarung des Parmenides und die menschliche Welt, 1964, van Gorkum & Comp. N.V., Assen, the Netherlands. He then gives a further exposition of his views on Parmenides, published in his Geschiedenis der Wijsbegeerte, I, 1950, J. H. Kok, Kampen, the Netherlands. I. The Review of Mansfeld In his historical inrtroduction, which is limited to an inquiry into the indeed undear relation between P. and Herakleitos, M. is sceptic about Platoon's data (Parmenides 126A-127D). For this reason the chronology about P. does not come out with sufficient darity, while it escapes M. that not only Anaximandros, Xenophanes, Anaximenes, Herakleitos and Ameinias, but also Anaxagoras (t 534) and Alkmaioon (t + 530) were contemporaries of P. (after 515-after 451) and that their work might thus weil have played a role in P:s fragments. In his interpretation M. sharesthe widely currenrt overestimation by many, of the importance attached by P. to epistemology and logic and

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Published: Feb 20, 1966

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