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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. I published four books on Plato’s and Aristotle’s philosophy, and I have edited five books, one of which was published by Peter Lang Verlag in English Language in My fields of research antjcka I translated a book “Was Europa den Griechen verdankt, written by Th. Szlezak from German in Serbian, financially supported by Traduki foundation.
Recently, I published my first novel: I did not upload the most of my papers, as well as my books in Serbian. Here is my CV with references. If somebody is interested in the rest of my books and papers, I can scan and send them. Irina Deretic – Plato’s Philosophical Mythology. In this paper, I will endeavor to a find out what this myth conveys about the origin, the development, and the nature of humans, and, b what it reveals about the dimensions and aspects of us, which are, as we shall see, not irrelevant In this paper, I will endeavor to a find out what this myth conveys about the origin, the development, and the nature of humans, and, b what it reveals about the dimensions and aspects of us, which are, as we shall see, not irrelevant even today.
For that reason, one might say that this myth is not only of historical interest, but also of philosophical relevance today. I will, also, point out that for an explanation of the way humans were created, the idea of progress should be taken into account. That is to say, according to my interpretation of this myth, after the creation of mortal beings had been finished, human dispositions were further developed and differentiated through time.
This kind of progress, however, is not to be understood in terms of evolution. On the contrary, the myth is a creationist one, because all living creatures, including human beings, had been already created by gods, while some human characteristics, as we will see in the course of this paper, had been developing through time. The additional reason that the origin of humans is in a way connected with development not evolution is also affirmed by Protagoras himself in the dialogue.
PhilosophyPolitical Philosophyand Philosophy of Anthropology. Hegels Lehre vom spekulativen Satz Zasto je kosovsko predanje istinito cak i ako se smatra mitom more. First, the author discusses the following two assertions: What appears to be a word-game is in fact an indicator of the necessity to determine the role of negative pronouns in a language, as well as to question their referential status. They can only designate, but they are non-referential. Homer distinguishes two types of lies: One may assume that Odysseus in his journey is motivated by the urge to survive in almost impossible circumstances.
Odysseus, for example, wants to hear the deadly song of the sirens, not because it is tempting and beautiful, but because it provides an access to the total knowledge. Tema ovog rada jeste Platonovo shvatanje pojma logosa u Teetetu.
In this chapter, the accounts of human excellence will be elucidated in the history of human thought, from the ancient Greek and Roman time, through the Medieval Age and Early Modern Age, to the Modern Age and contemporary In this chapter, the accounts of human excellence will be elucidated in the history of human thought, from the ancient Greek and Roman time, through the Medieval Age and Early Modern Age, to the Modern Age and contemporary civilization.
The historical approach provides a survey of the various views and concepts on human excellence, which were changing in time.
By exploring these concepts, one will find out that there are some constant themes in the considerations of human excellence, despite the shifts in the historical contexts and circumstances. A historical approach will be combined with the cross-cultural approach, which implies a comparison of the accounts of human excellence in different cultures.
Furthermore, a cross-cultural approach offers a comparison anficka the accounts of human excellence in the Western tradition to those of China, India, anricka Islamic world, and Russia. Birx, chapter by Irina Deretic. Platon beschreibt dort Lg.
Einen Typ bil – den Arzt-Gehilfen, die sich Diese Beziehung impliziert, dass dem Patienten eine antick Rolle zugeschrieben wird. Geschichte Der Bioethik, Hrsg. Fischer, mentis Verlag, U ovom radu se preispituje Aristotelov pojam ovekovog logosa.
Dok u prvom delu teksta razmatramo smisao logosa kao govora i pokazujemo fi,ozofija ove interpretacije, u drugom obraujemo Aristotelovo specifino shvatanje Dok u prvom delu teksta razmatramo smisao logosa kao govora i pokazujemo ogranienja filkzofija interpretacije, u drugom obraujemo Aristotelovo specifino shvatanje racionalnosti, koja ima dva aspekta, teorijski i praktiki. Angicka emo preispitati njegovo shvatanje kako teorijske tako praktike racionalnosti, te emo naroito analizirati funkciju logosa u Aristotelovom opisu sticanja iskustva i znanja o svetu.
In this paper, I will discuss in detail how Aristotle reconciles the polemic between conventionalism and naturalism in the theory of naming. In the opening sentences of the De Interpretatione, he claims that the relationship between In the opening sentences of the De Interpretatione, he claims that the relationship between signifying sounds and signified content is arbitrary, while the one between ” affections in the soul ” and non-mental objects, which exist independently of us, is explained in terms of likeness.
I will argue that these ” affections ” are primarily thoughts, which resemble external entities by thoughts being able to conceive of the immanent forms in these external objects. Aristotle on Women more.
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In this paper I will discuss Aristotle’s controversial philosophical views on women. I will critically examine three main interpretations of his claim that women have deliberative faculty ” without authority “.
According to the first line According to the first line of interpretation, Aristotle has in mind that women’s incapacity of advice-giving and decision-making in public affairs are determined by conventions in the political context of his time.
I will attempt to point out the disadvantages of this kind of interpretation. Furthermore, I will put forward the reasons why is implausible the more recent interpretation, given by Mar-guerite Deslauriers.
According to her reading, the lack of authority of delib-erative faculty in women means nothing else than the tasks over which women have authority are for the purpose of the tasks put forth by men.
The prevailing interpretation among scholars is that, in Aristotle’s view, women are naturally inferior to men, due to the fact that they are all too frequently overruled by the irrational ” forces ” of their nature. I will argue that this line of interpretation elucidates what Aristotle presumably has in mind, although it makes his account of women and their rationality, if not inconclusive, then indisputably problematic.
In other words, I attempt to prove that, if the prevailing line of interpretation is correct, such view of women produces some philosophically ” insurmountable ” problems for Aristotle. The aim of the last section of the paper is to point out how some of these problems could eventually be resolved. Plato was the first philosopher who gave an account for the highly controversial claim that both genders are principally equal in respect Plato was the first philosopher who gave an account for the highly controversial claim that both genders are principally equal in respect to their talents and abilities.
Additionally, I will discuss the claim, advocated by George Vlastos, that Plato is a feminist in a modern sense of the term. She will attempt to show that, according to the Russian author, there is an im-manent She will attempt to show that, according to the Russian author, there is an im-manent dialectic in the very concept of humanism, which will lead him to over-coming traditional humanism.
Veruje se da je Teagen iz Regija 6. PhilosophyHermeneuticsand Hans-Georg Gadamer.
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