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Desire, Meaning and Virtue. The Socratic Account of Poetry

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This book takes a new look at the discussion of poetry in Plato's early dialogues. It argues that Socrates did not believe poets to be divinely inspired; rather, his treatment of poetry must be approached from the point of view of two key Socratic concerns: the nature of desire, and the distinction between techne (science) and empeiria (a knack). Both point to a radical stance on the nature of psychological states. Socrates argues that all desire leading to action is for our own good, so when...

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Издательство: Книга по требованию
Дата выхода: июль 2011
ISBN: 978-3-6391-4503-8
Объём: 216 страниц
Масса: 350 г
Размеры(высота, ширина, толщина), см: 23 x 16 x 2

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