Physis and Nomos, Part 1: Papers: Power, Justice and the Agonistical Ideal of Life in High Classicism

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ISBN-13:
9789608818347
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.12.2007
Seiten:
425
Autor:
Apostolos Pierris
Gewicht:
839 g
Format:
239x155x36 mm
Serie:
04, Institute for Philosophical Re
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

"Listening to" the Nomoi in Democratic Athens (Robert Wallace); Wealthy Slaves and Dominant Prostitutes: A Study of Juridical, Sexual and Economic Power at Athens (Edward Cohen); Arete and Aretai in Thucydides' Histories (Carl Joachim Classen); From Science to Sophistry: The Path of the Sun, the Shape of the World, and the Place of Athens in the Cosmos (Mark Munn); Agonistic Contexts for Appeals to Nomos and Physis: Are "Rites of Passage" Significant? (Harold Tarrant); The Order of Existence: physis, moira, ananke, thesmos, nomos, nous, psephisma, boule (Apostolos Pierris); Physis Anthropeia (Ian Mueller); Naturrecht: Normative Conceptions of Nature in Preplatonic Ethics? (Gerard Pendrick); Nature's Law and Second Nature: Philosophers at Work on the Physis - Nomos Distinction (Aryeh Kosman); Nomos on Physis (Thomas Buchheim); Kallikles and Socrates on Justice, Power and Moral Motivation in Plato's Gorgias (Joerg Hardy); Why Isn't Antiphon in the Gorgias? (Roslyn Weiss); Nomos and Physis in Antiphon (Michael Gagarin); Three Versions of Nomos - Physis Antithesis: Protagoras, Antiphon, Socrates (Michel Narcy).
This collection of papers revolves around the crucial physis-nomos controvesy - the laws of nature versus man-made conventions.

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