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Platonic Stoicism, stoic Platonism

Platonic Stoicism, stoic Platonism

the dialogue between Platonism and Stoicism in antiquity

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Published by Leuven University Press in Leuven, Belgium .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plato -- Influence -- Congresses,
  • Stoics -- Congresses,
  • Platonists -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Mauro Bonazzi and Christoph Helmig.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesAncient and medieval philosophy -- 39
    ContributionsBonazzi, Mauro, 1973-, Helmig, Christoph.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB528 .P55 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 310 p. ;
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23006218M
    ISBN 109058676250
    ISBN 109789058676252
    LC Control Number2008372666

      This book argues that Augustine assimilated the Stoic theory of perception into his theories of motivation, affectivity, therapy for the passions, and moral progress. Using his sermons to elucidate his treatises, Sarah Catherine Byers demonstrates how Augustine enriched Stoic cognitivism with Platonism to develop a fuller and coherent theory of.   : Platonic Stoicism: The Dialogue between Platonism and Stoicism in Antiquity (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy–Series 1) (): Helmig, Christoph, Bonazzi, Mauro: Books.

    Platonic stoicism, stoic platonism: the dialogue between platonism and stoicism in Antiquity. [Mauro Bonazzi; Christoph Helmig;] Plato: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mauro Bonazzi; Christoph Helmig. Find more information about: ISBN: The Porch and the Cross offers a fascinating and insightful glimpse into the love of wisdom and the wisdom of the cross "--FR. DONALD CALLOWAY, MIC, author of No Turning Back "Just as did St. Thomas Aquinas in the past, Kevin Vost does a superb job of showing us how human reason, in the form of Stoic philosophy, supports Christian revelation.

      However, the Stoic curriculum combined the scholarly study of Physics, Ethics and Logic, probably influenced by the scope of the Platonic Academy. It’s sometimes said, crudely, that the Stoics derived their Ethics from the Cynics, their Logic from the Megarians, and their Physics from Heraclitus.   Platonic Stoicism, stoic Platonism; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Plato -- Influence -- Congresses, Stoics -- Congresses, Platonists -- Congresses.


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This book examines the important but largely neglected issue of the interrelation between Platonism and Stoicism in Platonic Stoicism Philosophy. Several renowned specialists in the fields of Stoic and Platonic analyse the intricate mutual influences between Stoic and Platonic philosophers in the Hellenistic period, the Imperial Age, and by: 4.

This book examines the important but largely neglected issue of the interrelation between Platonism and Stoicism in Ancient Philosophy. Several renowned specialists in the fields of Stoic and Platonic analyse the intricate mutual influences between Stoic and Platonic philosophers in the Hellenistic period, the Imperial Age, and after.

Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Series 1, No. 39This book examines the important but largely neglected issue of the intricate mutual influences between Platonism and Stoicism in the Hellenistic period, the Imperial Age, stoic Platonism book after.

Although this interrelationship is often termed "eclecticism," the authors of Platonic Stoicism reveal that the situation is much more complicated.

From Stoicism to Platonism describes the change in philosophy from around BCE, when monistic Stoicism was the strongest dogmatic school in philosophy, to around CE, when dualistic Platonism began to gain the upper hand - with huge consequences.

This book examines the important but largely neglected issue of the Platonic Stoicism between Platonism and Stoicism in Ancient Philosophy. Several renowned specialists in the fields of Stoic and Platonic analyse the intricate mutual influences between Stoic and Platonic.

Eudorus on Aristotle's Categories -- Chapter 5 Stoicism and Platonism in 'Arius Didymus' -- Chapter 6 Oikeiōsis in Stoicism, Antiochus and Arius Didymus -- Chapter 7 The Platonist Appropriation of Stoic Epistemology -- Chapter 8 "Becoming like God" in Platonism and Stoicism -- Chapter 9 From Stoicism to Platonism: The Difficult Case of Philo.

A.A. Long is concerned with the question of whether or how Plato and Platonism affected Stoic philosophy in the period covered by this book.

In particular, he examines the ambiguities of mind/body dualism in Plato and in the Stoicism of Seneca and Epictetus, arguing that both philosophers alter their accounts of dualism according to their.

This collection of seven essays is a valuable addition to the growing number of studies dealing with Plato's influence on early Stoicism and Stoicism's relationship to Platonism generally.

It offers fresh interpretations of several recent controversies and takes up a number of new issues, focusing especially on questions of transmission, reception and response.

Stoicism is a school of Hellenistic philosophy founded by Zeno of Citium in Athens in the early 3rd century BC. It is a philosophy of personal ethics informed by its system of logic and its views on the natural world. According to its teachings, as social beings, the path to eudaimonia (happiness, or blessedness) is found in accepting the moment as it presents itself, by not allowing oneself.

Bonazzi, M. and Helmig, C. (eds.) () Platonic Stoicism – Stoic Platonism: The Dialogue between Platonism and Stoicism in Antiquity. Leuven University Press Bonhöffer, A. This is a guest post by Hristo Vassilev. If you’d like to contribute to The Daily Stoic, please get in touch.

The best part about Stoicism is that you can go to the primary texts, read them and feel like they were written yesterday, not years ago. You can pick up Seneca, Marcus Aurelius or Epictetus and 28 Books On Stoicism: The (Hopefully) Ultimate Reading List Read More».

Platonism is the philosophy of Plato and philosophical systems closely derived from it, though contemporary platonists do not necessarily accept all of the doctrines of Plato.

Platonism had a profound effect on Western ism at least affirms the existence of abstract objects, which are asserted to exist in a third realm distinct from both the sensible external world and from the. At the first event we talked about Plato's "Laches" to get going and yesterday we then went on to the main course and focused on book I of "Republic".

The next meeting will be at Sunday, November 3th at PM at Folkets Hus, Steng Kbh N. From Stoicism to Platonism describes the change in philosophy from around BCE, when monistic Stoicism was the strongest dogmatic school in philosophy, to around CE, when dualistic Platonism began to gain the upper hand - with huge consequences for all later Western philosophy and for Christianity.

It is distinguished by querying traditional categories like 'eclecticism' and. Platonic and Stoic thought is discussed than as a move towards an eclectic combination of the two approaches This reinterpretation of the larger relationship between Plato and Stoicism has a bearing on the way we read Platonic allusions or the use of quasi-Platonic language in the Meditations.

The book is part of a new, though now already well established, interest in the interaction between Platonism and Stoicism and is a welcome addition to Bonazzi and Helmig’s Platonic Stoicism—Stoic Platonism () and to Harte, McCabe, Sharples and Sheppard’s Aristotle and the Stoics Reading Plato ().

As will be made clear from the. From Stoicism to Platonism describes the change in philosophy from around BCE, when monistic Stoicism was the strongest dogmatic school in philosophy, to around CE, when dualistic Platonism began to gain the upper hand - with huge consequences for all later Western philosophy and for Christianity.

Augustine Stoicism and Platonism Augustine Stoicism and Platonism Thesis It is examined that the significant but mostly neglected topic of the elaborate mutual leverages between Platonism and Stoicism in the Hellenistic time span, the Imperial Age, and after.

In Ethics and political philosophy, stoicism and Platonism seem to be quite close to one another, and yet the schools remained quite distinct historically. Stoics did not call themselves Platonists, nor Platonists called themselves Stoics. The main similarities seem to be in the role that both.

What explains the particular focus of Stoic polemic against Plato, and how strong is the evidence for a later reconciliation between Plato and Stoicism. This book will be important for all scholars and advanced students interested in the relationship between a major philosopher and one of the most important philosophical movements.

Buy from Amazon. The Platonic part of the question confuses me a bit. I'll say that if you're contrasting Stoic materialism with Platonic anti-materialism, you have got to read the book I mentioned above: it explains exactly why Platonists were anti-materialists.

Reydams-Schils reveals “a cross-over of Platonic and Stoic themes in Middle Platonism” (p. ). Chapter 9, “From Stoicism to Platonism: The Difficult Case of Philo of Alexandria’s De Providentia I” by David T.

Runia (University of Melbourne) is the first chapter to substantially focus on the parallel fields of early Judaism and early.Most people see Stoicism and Christianity as polar opposites, but the belief systems do overlap in several ways.

While more differences than similarities exist between the two, we shouldn’t let that preclude us from considering what both schools of thought offer as answers to that perennial question: how should we live? Stoicism, an ancient Greek Stoicism and Christianity: Lessons.