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PLATONISMO Y AKRASíA EN CRISIPO. LA INTERPRETACIóN DE MARCELO BOERI
SALLES,RICARDO;
Ideas y Valores , 2010,
Abstract: the paper addresses two questions regarding the interpretation of akrasia among the stoics, offered by marcelo boeri in his book appearance and reality in greek thought: on the one hand, can chrysippus's monistic adaptation of the platonic model of the divided soul set forth in book iv of the republic provide a philosophically satisfactory explanation of the classical phenomenon of akrasia? on the other hand, is this phenomenon the true explanandum of this adaptation? the paper shows that the answer to both these questions could be negative and thus different from the answer provided by boeri in his book. the argument is based on the analysis of plutarch vm 446f-447b and on the analysis of the classical problem of akrasia.
Sobre apariencia y realidad en Aristóteles: La interpretación de Marcelo Boeri On Appearance and Reality in Aristotle: Marcelo Boeri's Interpretation  [cached]
Jorge Mittelmann
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: En su reciente libro sobre las nociones de apariencia y realidad en el pensamiento antiguo, Marcelo Boeri ofrece un análisis detallado del papel que Aristóteles atribuye a las apariencias tanto en las apreciaciones cognitivas como en las morales. A la luz del tratamiento paralelo que Boeri reserva al error en contextos morales y epistémicos, aquí se desarrollan algunas sugerencias suyas que parecen apuntar hacia una incipiente "criteriología" aristotélica. Tal como el virtuoso provee el "canon y medida" de las apariencias moralmente fiables, el adecuado entrenamiento (y el ejercicio conjunto) de las facultades de discriminación sensorial e intelectual provee garantías suficientes sobre la fiabilidad de las apariencias sensibles. Cierra este trabajo un breve examen de las estrategias de "disolución" que Aristóteles adopta ante el escepticismo perceptivo. In his recent work on the concepts of appearance and reality in ancient Greek thought, Marcelo Boeri offers a detailed account of the role Aristotle assigns to the phantasiai, both in our moral and cognitive assessments. In the light of this somewhat unitary account of moral and epistemic mistakes, this paper takes further some of Boeri's suggestions, which seem to point in the direction of an inchoate Aristotelian "criteriology". The virtuous person provides the "canon and measurement" of the morally trustworthy appearances; in much the same way, the joint exercise (and suitable training) of our sensory and intellectual discriminatory abilities assures the reliability of perceptible appearances. A brief account of the Aristotelian "dissolution strategy" against radical skepticism closes this paper.
Sobre apariencia y realidad en Aristóteles: La interpretación de Marcelo Boeri
Mittelmann, Jorge;
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: in his recent work on the concepts of appearance and reality in ancient greek thought, marcelo boeri offers a detailed account of the role aristotle assigns to the phantasiai, both in our moral and cognitive assessments. in the light of this somewhat unitary account of moral and epistemic mistakes, this paper takes further some of boeri's suggestions, which seem to point in the direction of an inchoate aristotelian "criteriology". the virtuous person provides the "canon and measurement" of the morally trustworthy appearances; in much the same way, the joint exercise (and suitable training) of our sensory and intellectual discriminatory abilities assures the reliability of perceptible appearances. a brief account of the aristotelian "dissolution strategy" against radical skepticism closes this paper.
Comentario a la Parte I de Apariencia y realidad en el pensamiento griego, de Marcelo Boeri
Cordero, Néstor Luis;
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: the concepts of "appearance" and "reality" (in the title of the book) is a safe-conduct permitting the author to carry out a true x-ray analysis of a thought -that we commonly call "greek philosophy"- which acknowledges that we live in a world that could be better, which assumes that anyone who wants to improve his life must aspire to certain ideals. this eminently ethical perspective appears in the section about socratism and plato. and perhaps unwillingly the author states the necessity to weaken, and even suppress, the so commented "separation" (kh?rismós) between the intelligible and the sensible word, between epistéme and aísthesis. a detailed analysis of plato's sophist would enrich boeri's thesis.
Comentario a la Parte I de Apariencia y realidad en el pensamiento griego, de Marcelo Boeri Comments on Part I of Marcelo Boeri's Apariencia y realidad en el pensamiento griego  [cached]
Néstor Luis Cordero
Diánoia , 2009,
Abstract: Las nociones de "apariencia" y "realidad" que forman parte del título del trabajo de Boeri son el recurso que permite al autor hacer una verdadera radiografía de esa manera de pensar a la que abusivamente llamamos "filosofía griega", que sabe que vivimos en un mundo que podría ser mejor, lo cual supone que toda persona que quiere que "le vaya bien" en la vida debe aspirar a ciertos ideales. Esta perspectiva eminentemente ética preside la sección consagrada al socratismo y a Platón. Y, quizá sin que el autor se lo haya propuesto, se deduce de su análisis la necesidad de debilitar, e incluso suprimir, la tan comentada "separación" (kh rismós) entre lo inteligible y lo sensible, entre epistéme y aísthesis. Un análisis más detallado del Sofista de Platón habría podido enriquecer su tesis. The concepts of "appearance" and "reality" (in the title of the book) is a safe-conduct permitting the author to carry out a true X-ray analysis of a thought -that we commonly call "Greek philosophy"- which acknowledges that we live in a world that could be better, which assumes that anyone who wants to improve his life must aspire to certain ideals. This eminently ethical perspective appears in the section about Socratism and Plato. And perhaps unwillingly the author states the necessity to weaken, and even suppress, the so commented "separation" (kh rismós) between the intelligible and the sensible word, between epistéme and aísthesis. A detailed analysis of Plato's Sophist would enrich Boeri's thesis.
Mathematical Platonism and the Nature of Infinity  [PDF]
Gilbert B. C?té
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2013.33056
Abstract: An analysis of the counter-intuitive properties of infinity as understood differently in mathematics, classical physics and quantum physics allows the consideration of various paradoxes under a new light (e.g. Zeno’s dichotomy, Torricelli’s trumpet, and the weirdness of quantum physics). It provides strong support for the reality of abstractness and mathematical Platonism, and a plausible reason why there is something rather than nothing in the concrete universe. The conclusions are far reaching for science and philosophy.
Ontological and epistemological dimensions of G del's Platonism
Ad?i? Milo?
Theoria, Beograd , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/theo1002041a
Abstract: Kurt G del is certainly one of the biggest names of logic and mathematics of the last century. Besides that, he is also the most famous proponent of mathematical Platonism. The aim of this work is to investigate different aspects of G del's Platonism as well as arguments he put forward in its support. We shall see that despite the problems Platonism faces, there is a lot to cite that promotes it as the only viable position in the philosophy of mathematics.
La teoría davidsoniana de la akrasia  [PDF]
Carlos E. Caorsi
Signos filosóficos , 2005,
Abstract: Resumen: El tratamiento davidsoniano de la akrasia recurre a la introducción de un tipo de operador, el conector prima facie. Este operador debe dar lugar a juicios condicionales en los cuales la afirmación del antecedente no permita obtener el consecuente como conclusión separada y permitir separar el consecuente a los efectos de obtener como conclusión un juicio incondicional. En este artículo, me propongo, mostrar las razones que llevaron a Davidson a proponer este operador, y desarrollar una interpretación del mismo que permita cumplir con las dos exigencias antes se aladas. Abstract: Davidson’s treatment of akrasia resorts to the introduction of a type of operator, the prima facie connector. This operator should yield conditional judgments in which the affirmation of the antecedent does not admit to obtain the consequent as a separate conclusion; and it must allow to separate the consequent in order to obtain the non-conditional judgment. In this article I intend to show the reasons which led Davidson to propose this particular operator and then I intend to develop an interpretation of the operator which satisfies the two requirements aforementioned.
La Akrasia y el principio de continencia en davidson: Una actualización de su pensamiento
Milazzo,Rosario;
EPISTEME , 2008,
Abstract: this paper aims to inquire into the davidson?s conception of akrasia exposed in how is weakness of the will possible? (1966). davidson aims at theorizing about the dark problem of akrasia, which is characterized as an aristotelian conception. part of davidson?s strategy for facing the difficulties of this subject is to propose a separation of the problem from akrasia, the morality, since he argues that akrasia is a problem of the philosophy of action, not a problem of moral philosophy. in this context, davidson suggests the existence of a principle which orients the performance of rational man: the principle of continence. however, how to do that principle someone?s own remains unanswered. we will try to show, how the thought of davidson about this subject has evolved.
Michelangelo's Stone: an Argument against Platonism in Mathematics  [PDF]
Carlo Rovelli
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: If there is a "platonic world" M of mathematical facts, what does M contain precisely? I observe that if M is too large, it is uninteresting, because the value is in the selection, not in the totality; if it is smaller and interesting, it is not independent from us. Both alternatives challenge mathematical platonism. I suggest that the universality of our mathematics may be a prejudice hiding its contingency, and illustrate contingent aspects of classical geometry, arithmetic and linear algebra.
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