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  • Les Maîtres de vérité dans la Grèce archaïue
  • Marcel Detienne
  • English
  • 19 December 2018
  • 9780942299861

4 thoughts on “Les Maîtres de vérité dans la Grèce archaïue

  1. says:

    Detienne pursues an anthropology of the Greek notion of truth as it modulates from religious contexts into secular contexts The hunt is fascinating insofar as it traces the major shifts in Greek perception of authority Truth was the domain of the oracles and the prophets before it became the domain of philosophers and rhetorician

  2. says:

    itiraf ediyorum bir noktada dip notlara olan ilgimi kaybettim nerdeyse her kelimeden sonra ama bu yüzden konuyla ilgili iyi bir kaynakça sunuyor

  3. says:

    Některé pasáže byly fakt inspirativní a četlo se to dobře Ale místy je to prostě neskutečně ukecané Navíc mi vadí příklady slov v alfabetě bez transliterate

  4. says:

    Original insight into the early philosophers Paints a good picture of the time

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Les Maîtres de vérité dans la Grèce archaïue

A secular thinking about truth in the speech of the sophists and orators His study culminates with an original interpretation of Parmenides' poem on Bein. N kter pas e byly fakt inspirativn a etlo se to dob e Ale m sty je to prost neskute n ukecan Nav c mi vad p klady slov v alfabet bez transliterate

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N archaic Greece Detienne begins by examining how truth in Greek literature first emerges as an enigma He then looks at the movement from a religious to. itiraf ediyorum bir noktada dip notlara olan ilgimi kaybettim nerdeyse her kelimeden sonra ama bu y zden konuyla ilgili iyi bir kaynak a sunuyor

Summary Les Maîtres de vérité dans la Grèce archaïue

The acclaimed French classicist Marcel Detienne's first book traces the odyssey of truth aletheia from mytho religious concept to philosophical thought i. Detienne pursues an anthropology of the Greek notion of truth as it modulates from religious contexts into secular contexts The hunt is fascinating insofar as it traces the major shifts in Greek perception of authority Truth was the domain of the oracles and the prophets before it became the domain of philosophers and rhetoricians Particularly illuminating is Detienne s distinction between the purposeful ambiguity of the rhetoricians and the non contradiction techniues of the philosophers as well as his prescient for postmodern times demarcation between doxa opinion notion and alatheia truth particularly received truth The main failure rests in his tendency to insist upon strong dichotomies the break between alatheia and the choice of doxa was not so clean as Detienne presents it The tangled relation


About the Author: Marcel Detienne

Marcel Detienne was a Belgian historian and specialist in the study of ancient Greece