Η σύσταση της θνητής ψυχής στον πλατωνικό Τίμαιο

 

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2007 (EN)
Η σύσταση της θνητής ψυχής στον πλατωνικό Τίμαιο

Γεωργούλας , Η.

Plato in Timaeus supporting a clearly less strict dualism identifies health as symmetry between the body and the soul. Mentioning the caring for the soul he suggests the symmetrical evolvement of the movements and of its three parts. Challenge for education is now bigger. Man has not only to adapt his intellect to the familiar movements of universe in order to «feed» his logistic and approach immortality but to impose the law of measure on to the mortal soul, that is by nature friendly to exaggeration and lacking.

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Πλατωνική Φιλοσοφία
Τίμαιος
Πλάτων
Ψυχή
Θνητός


2007

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