4 edition of From myth to philosophy found in the catalog.
From myth to philosophy
Natalia R. Moehle
|Statement||Natalia R. Moehle.|
|LC Classifications||BL304 .M64 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|ISBN 10||0819163562, 0819163570|
|LC Control Number||87008212|
Plato and myth - the misunderstanding of the Republic's condemnation. I have entitled this article "Myth - the Final Phase of Platonic Education" for two reasons: firstly because I want to explore the fascinating area of Platonic myth; and secondly because I hope that the title will have provoked a small degree of surprise, since it is commonly held that Plato disliked myth. Focus Questions for Plato's "Myth of the Ring of Gyges" Notes are arranged in response to the questions stated above in reference to chapter "The Ring of Gyges" from Plato's Republic, translated by Benjamin Jowlett, Book II, —d in Reading for Philosophical Inquiry as well as many other introductory philosophy texts.
Not only will those seeking a thought-provoking philosophy of mythology find this book rewarding, but also readers with interest in the philosophy of history, the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of religion will be quickened by Schelling’s forays in these areas. The translators, who have also provided copious notes and a glossary. The Myth of Disenchantment is a most stimulating and informative book.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion “ The Myth of Disenchantment is a model monograph: a work that condenses a dizzying array of information into a tightly woven and significant argument and then relays it in easily understandable and enjoyable prose.
Secreting Myth: To Think Sa Otherwise 5. Myth and the Gift, If There is Any.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" In Derrida, Myth and the Impossibility of Philosophy, Anais N. Spitzer shows that philosophy cannot separate itself from myth since myth is an inevitable condition of the possibility of philosophy. Myth and Philosophy in Plato's Phaedrus. Published: J Daniel S. Werner, Myth and Philosophy in Plato's Phaedrus, Cambridge University Press, , pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by Annie Larivée, Carleton University.
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Excellent, this book by Lawrence Hatab demonstrates a profound understanding of the topic, both from the standpoint of ancient philosophy and of ancient culture. Perhaps, equally as important the writing is extremely clear on a subject that might Cited by: But myths are the original way that human beings form their world.
And philosophy, once born, and developed away from myth, must always return to a contact with it. By this I do not mean that philosophical theory should attempt to become mythical, but philosophy must From myth to philosophy book what myth is.
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The Greeks are the first civilization in the Western culture to come into contact with new. ‘Myth and philosophy’ examines the many positions held on the relationship between myth and philosophy. Some philosophers assert that, antithetically to moderns, primitives think ‘mythopoeically’, which means concretely, uncritically, and emotionally.
Philosophical and mythopoeic ways of thinking are more than different conceptions of the world. At some point, these disciplines gathered critical mass, then completely separated from philosophy once the scientific revolution took hold. As far late as the 17 th century, the term “natural philosopher” was used to describe what we today might call a scientist.
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I started The book thinking it was going to be a mysterythriller. Hatab's Heideggerian insights into the natural conflict between mythology and philosophy as two different ways of approaching the truth are valuable, but he wastes his time by summarizing all of Greek thought in order to make his argument, which he does not need to do at all.
This book could've easily been pages shorter/5(2). The Myth of Sisyphus (French: Le Mythe de Sisyphe) is a philosophical essay by Albert English translation by Justin O'Brien was first published in Influenced by philosophers such as Søren Kierkegaard, Arthur Schopenhauer, and Friedrich Nietzsche, Camus introduces his philosophy of the absurd, that life is inherently devoid of meaning and consequently absurd, but humans.
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It showed me that philosophy isn’t nitpicking or school debating societies, but rather a subject that gets right to the heart of what matters. This book explores the dynamic relationship between myth and philosophy in the Presocratics, the Sophists, and in Plato - a relationship which is found to be more extensive and programmatic than has been recognized.
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Moehle (Author) › Visit Amazon's Natalia R. Moehle Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Natalia R. Moehle (Author) ISBN Rather than enlisting just one theory to fi gure out all of Plato or, worse, spurning all theories as somehow irrelevant to deciphering myth in philosophy, this book uses an array of theories to make sense of Plato’s myths.
Myth and philosophy prove intertwined: each illuminates the other. An excellent book.” (Robert A. Segal, Sixth Century. Fictional Greek Mythology Books and Retellings. Like all Greek myths, these fictionalized retellings contain love and sex, poetry and passion, and often buckets of blood.
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Philosophy essays In Hesiod's Theogany, myth is defined as a way of explaining the account of the origins of the universe through the origins of God with distinctive personalities.
In Presocratics Reader, philosophy is the inquiry through abstract reasoning. It critically takes e.common ground between myth and philosophy, and stigmatises myth as irrational.
Myth becomes the ‘other’, and the opposition that we know as mythos versus logos, or myth versus science and rationality is born. The opposition has been inXuential in the entire western recep-tion of ancient Greek philosophy. This inXuence, however, risks blind.