Η ηδονοκρατία του Φιλίππου του Οπούντιου

 

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Η ηδονοκρατία του Φιλίππου του Οπούντιου

Πολυκάρπου, Χριστόφορος Ν.

According to the author of Suda, who drew his material from Hesychius of Miletus, Philippus of Opus became a well educated associate of Plato and wrote on a wide variety of philosophical topics. By combining the list of his works presented by the author of Suda with his fragments collected by F. Lasserre we attempt to resolve some problems related to the hedonistic conceptions attributed to the philosopher of Opus. While considering this viewpoint, one observes such a distinction between spiritual pleasures and those of the flesh that it suggests, in some way, the existence of a hierarchy and measures the authenticity and importance of moral character. It may be worth adding that a survey of Plutarchus’ statements concerning the philosopher of Opus is also important for understanding the thought of Plutarchus himself.

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Φίλιππος ο Οπούντιος
Ιστορία της Φιλοσοφίας
Ηδονοκρατία


1997 - 1998

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