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This paper is concerned with the central thesis of Aquinas's argument against the Averroist account of the intellect, which he often expresses by the claim, intellectus est forma corporis , “the intellect is the form of the body”. This claim is fundamental to Aquinas's philosophical psychology...
I argue that Fichte (rather than Kant or Hegel or some amalgam of the two) was the primary historical model for the ethical standpoint described in Kierkegaard's Either / Or II. I then explain how looking at Kierkegaard's texts with Fichte in mind helps in interpreting the criticism of the...
The broad discussion on false belief in the Theaetetus contributes strongly to the dialogue's inquiry on knowledge at all. It aims to elucidate the consequences of the fact that beliefs have a structure which can be expressed by „… is …” first observed in the final critique of the attempt to...
Gabor Betegh: The Derveni Papyrus. Cosmology, Theology and Interpretation . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004. XII + 441 pp. (Fabienne Jourdan) David Sedley: Plato's ‘Cratylus’ . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2003. 173 pp. (Allan Silverman) Dorothea Frede / Brad Inwood (Hrsg.):...
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