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Paperback, 732 pages
Published 2003 by UTET (first published 1999)
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Neste primeiro volume, o autor resume as escolas Jónica, Pitagórica, e Eleática, fala dos pré-socráticos, dos atomistas, dos sofistas, e ainda das três grandes personagens da Filosofia da Antiguidade Clássica: Sócrates, Platão, e Aristóteles. Abbagnano tem um poder de síntese excelente, conseguindo por um lado descrever sumariamente a vida e o contexto histórico destes grandes pensadores; referir quais os documentos que sobreviveram, quais os que podem ser acreditados, e ainda aqueles cuja auten ...more
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Leading Italian existentialist, Abbagnano studied in Naples and taught at Turin. His ‘philosophy of the possible’ condemned other existentialists for either denying human possibility (because all our efforts are futile in a hostile and meaningless universe) or exaggerating it, imagining us capable of things which actually lie outside our potential. In his later work he tended to adopt a more natur ...more
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