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Klassieke oudheid. Hadot translated Marius Victorinus with Father Paul Henry, initially looking for fragments of Plotinus, and was led to fragmented works by Porphyry instead.Pierre Hadot et la philosophie antique 1/9
Details Additional Physical Format: Join Our Mailing List: Click here to sign up. The concluding chapter of the second part of the book chapter 9: Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Yet the project of understanding the past remains incomplete, due to the faults of https: Beyond this, it proposes a conception of the tasks of philosophy that will be of abiding interest to philosophers and nonphilosophers alike.
Booksellers and Librarians: Document, Internet resource Document Type: Pierre Hadot 1922-2010 Issue 113 Philosophy Now. Pierre Hadot makes very clear what he thinks it is not: Remember me on this computer.
User lists Similar Items. The book concludes with a more expansive discussion of what it means to live a philosophical life and a plea for a return to that ancient ideal p.
These assumptions are not supported by any evidence and seem to be derived from a widely shared tendency to read the mysticism of Plotinus back into the epistemologies of Plato and Aristotle. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Hadot shows how the various schools, trends, and ideas of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy all strove to transform the individual's mode of perceiving and being in the world.
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Harvard University Press, 2002.