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1. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
Pablo García Castillo Plato: The ship of state
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This paper's aim is to study the Greek simile of the ship of state, since it was born in the Lyric Poetry until its definitive drawing by Plato's hands. It describes the image of Paros' ship, by Archilochus, or the ship of city by Alcaeus and by Theognis. Analyzes how this image improves through the tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles, and their moral comprehension of it. And, at last, explains the excellence achieved as the central image on Plato's politic project.
2. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
Robert William Mosimann A Revised Chronology of Plato's Dialogues
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3. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
Theodoros Christidis, Demetrius Athanassakis On Heraclitus' Concept of λόγοϛ
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Our purpose in this paper is to bring about a new meaning of the term λόγοϛ used in the fragments of Heraclitus' work. In ancient Greek literature this term hasmany different meanings. We are going to restrict our interest in those meanings that Heraclitus used in his fragments, where the term λόγοϛ appears ten times.
4. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
D.Z. Andriopoulos Notes on the Aristotelian Theory of Memory and Anamnesis
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Gerard Casey Where Does Law Come From?
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Law, like language, is the product of social evolution, embodied in custom. The conditions for the emergence of law—embodiment, scarcity, rationality, relatedness and plurality—are outlined, and the context for the emergence of law—dispute resolution—is analysed. Adjudication procedures, rules and enforcementmechanisms, the elements of law, emerge from this context. The characteristics of such a customarily evolved law are its severely limited scope, its negativity, andits horizontality. It is suggested that a legal system (or legal systems) based on the principles of archaic law could answer the needs of social order without permitting the paternalistic interferences with liberty characteristic of contemporary legal systems.
6. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
D.Z. Andriopoulos Philosophy and Music
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7. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 3/4
Nikolaos Avgelis Ancient Cypriot Literature, Volume VI
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D.Z. Andriopoulos The Logic of Forms in Orson Welles's Movies
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Thomas Teufel The Cambridge Companion to the "Origin of Species"
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Catherine Kemp Legal Theory, and Judicial Restraint
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Anastasia Marinopoulou Wittgenstein and the Turning Point in the Philosophy of Mathematics
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12. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 1/2
Eugenio Benitez Plato's Analogy Between Law and Painting: Laws VI.769a-771a
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13. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 1/2
Eleni Tsalla Epictetus on Plato: The Philosopher as an Olympic Victor
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The paper focuses on the rivalry between philosophical excellence and Olympic prestige. Plato has philosophers quarrel not only with poets but also with Olympic victors. Epictetus will follow suit. Not sharing Plato's notion of philosophical excellence, Epictetus' Stoic sage rivals not only the Olympic athletes but classical philosophy itself.
14. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 1/2
Jose Montoya Aristotle's Poetics: Mimesis and Fiction
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This article sets out to establish links between the main concepts of Aristotle's poetics and literary theory, with a view to illuminating some aspects of Aristotle's ethics and also of general ethical theory. We highlight topics such as weak universals (Halliwell), frame-making and free indirect discourse, that seem to us to establish a link between poetics and moral philosophy.
15. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 1/2
D.Z. Andriopoulos Galen's Theory of Knowledge
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Anton Friedrich Koch Was meint ihr eigentlich, wenn ihr ,seiend' sagt? Überlegungen zu Piatons Sophistes
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A. Graeser Willentlichkeit, Emotion, Sichtweisen
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L. Philippou Public Space, Enlarged Mentality and Being-in-Poverty
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D.Z. Andriopoulos Dikaio kai Techne tou Logou
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20. Philosophical Inquiry: Volume > 32 > Issue: 1/2
Alexander Nehamas Virtues of Authenticity, Essays on Plato and Socrates
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