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  • For Today, There Will Be a Speech (and a Song) Tomorrow.
    Doxtader, Erik // Philosophy & Rhetoric; 2008, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p311 

    The article introduces topics in this issue including: an article by Maurice Charland who focuses on Thomas Farrell's engagement with critical social theory; an essay by Philippe Salazar who comments on the the use of speeches to resolve ethical problems; and an article by Carol Poster on...

  • From the Editor.
    Biddle, Craig // Objective Standard: A Journal of Culture & Politics; Spring2014, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p9 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the relationship between Aristotelianism and other monotheistic religions, the attempts of Middle, Eastern and Western cultures in mixing major religions like Christianity, Islam, and...

  • Aristóteles y el pensamiento económico una introducción.
    MARTÍNEZ-ECHEVARRÍA Y ORTEGA, MIGUEL ALFONSO; CRESPO, RICARDO F. // Empresa y Humanismo; 2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p5 

    No abstract available.

  • Editorial Aristotelian Metaphysics: Essence and Ground.
    Sirkel, Riin; Tahko, Tuomas // Studia Philosophica Estonica; 2014, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p1 

    An introduction to the journal is presented in which Aristotelian Metaphysics is discussed.

  • Presentación.
    GARCÍA NORRO, JUAN JOSÉ; ROVIRA, ROGELIO // Anuario Filosofico; 2014, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p269 

    This introduction presents the articles contained in this volume as responses to the first of the three key questions of ontology, namely: What is there? What is being? Why is there something rather than nothing? Although the third question is considered to be the most fundamental, the insight...

  • H?sdai Crescas on God as the Place of the World and Spinoza's Notion of God as Res Extensa.
    Fraenkel, Carlos // Aleph: Historical Studies in Science & Judaism; 2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p76 

    A passage in Or ha-Shem [Light of the Lord], the major work of H?sdai Crescas (1340-1410/11), the Jewish critic of medieval Aristotelianism, is adduced here as contributing to Spinoza's decisive step beyond the Aristotelian doctrine of God, namely, the integration of the attribute of extension...

  • Subjective representation of oppositional contents: models of resolving contradictions.
    Blinnikova, S. L. // Cultural-Historical Psychology; 2008, Issue 4, p56 

    The article describes three models of contents opposing to each other present in the structure of representations, when both opposing sides maintain their accuracy and activity in the person's cognition and activity, but different in the mechanism resolving the contradiction. The representations...

  • Michael Wolff �ber Beweise f�r vollkommene Syllogismen bei Aristoteles.
    Ebert, Theodor // Journal for General Philosophy of Science; 2010, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p215 

    The author responds to a rejection of his criticism of the article "Vollkommene Syllogismen und reine Vernunftschl�sse bei Aristoteles und Kant" by Michael Wolff, published in the previous issue. Wolff stated that a perfect Aristotelian syllogism is need of a proof. The author argues that...

    Zanatta, Marcello // Endoxa; 2011, Issue 28, p11 

    The comparative analysis of the Aristotelian theory on volition shows that Eudemian Ethics summarizes the theses of Nicomachean Ethics and presents them of a more rigorous way. From this aspect Eudemian Ethics seems to have come after Nicomachean Ethics.

  • Platonism and Aristotelianism in Mathematics†.
    PETTIGREW, RICHARD // Philosophia Mathematica; Oct2008, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p310 

    Philosophers of mathematics agree that the only interpretation of arithmetic that takes that discourse at ‘face value’ is one on which the expressions ‘’, ‘0’, ‘1’, ‘+’, and ‘×’ are treated as proper names. I argue...

  • Dos caras de la relación entre lo político y lo sagrado en Atenas: El ostracismo y el logos epitáphios.
    Borisonik, Hernán // Revista Cultura y Religión; jun2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p63 

    The aim of this article is to explore two fundamental forms that had taken the relation between politics and sacredness in the Ancient Greece: the ostracism and the logos epitáphios. Throughout the analysis of both actions (and paying particular attention to the Aristotelian analysis on...

  • A Deweyan Defense of Ethical Naturalism.
    Maull, Amanda // Society; Dec2013, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p576 

    The article investigates the weakness of Aristotelian ethical naturalism as a justification for social sciences to facilitate the establishment of good society and human flourishing. It cites that the Aristotelian approach fails to acknowledge the role of complex moral decisions in the...

  • Agreement and Communication.
    Kölbel, Max // Erkenntnis; Mar2014 Supplement, Vol. 79, p101 

    I distinguish two notions of agreement (disagreement) in belief: (a) believing the same (contradictory) content(s) versus (b) having beliefs that necessarily coincide/diverge in normative status. The second notion of agreement (disagreement), (b), is clearly significant for the communication of...

  • Kant's Virtue as Strength.
    LIU Jing // Frontiers of Philosophy in China; Sep2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p451 

    The revival of virtue ethics has been accompanied by an increasing interest in Kant's theory of virtue. Many scholars claim that virtue plays an important role in Kant's moral theory. However, some worries and disagreements have arisen within the camp of contemporary virtue ethics concerning the...

  • Aquinas's Transformation of the Virtue of Courage.
    LU Qiaoying // Frontiers of Philosophy in China; Sep2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p471 

    Courage is an important moral virtue for both Aristotle and Aquinas. For Aristotle, courage is a virtue that belongs to warriors who are ready for a noble death on the battlefield. As a Christian theologian as well as an Aristotelian expert, Aquinas aims to give this Aristotelian moral virtue a...

  • After Hume.
    Porter Groff, Ruth // Journal of Critical Realism; Aug2014, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p422 

    Analytic metaphysics has taken a sharp turn away from Hume. Almost all at once, it seems, it has become acceptable - perhaps even fashionable - to believe in real causal powers. This is welcome news for those formerly lone metaphysicians who thought all along that Hume was wrong, but it is also...

    T. N. D. // America; 6/12/1965, Vol. 112 Issue 24, p841 

    The article focuses on issues related to the Catholic Church as of 1965. It states that the most potentially explosive debate on the current revolution within the church is the attitude to adopt toward the demand from certain quarters to scuttle the Aristotelian-Thomistic synthesis and to...

    T. N. D. // Anuario Filosofico; 2013, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p239 

    A bibliography on the subject of philosophy is presented, which includes the books "History of the World Christian Movement, Vol. II: Modem Cristianity from 1454 to 1800" by D. T. Irvin, "Problems and Paradigms of Unity, Aristotle's Accounts of the One" by S. W. Sunquist and L. M. Castelh, and...

  • 2014 Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind AssociationUniversity of Cambridge11—13 July 2014.
    T. N. D. // Mind; Oct2013, Vol. 122 Issue 488, p1232 

    The article offers information on the 88th Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association to be held at the University of Cambridge in England on July 11-13, 2014.

  • Quantum potest et eductio formarum.
    FĂRCAŞ, DANIEL // Transylvanian Review; 2012 Supplement 4, Vol. 21, p104 

    The problem of transcendental analogy is situated, with Albert the Great, on an ambiguous conceptual position. The participation quantum potest is of Neoplatonic origin, while the concept of "eduction" of forms is the Aristotelian aspect of his metaphysics. Within this conceptual frame, Albert...

    Campion, Nicholas // Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry; 2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p331 

    Athens was the focus for the development of three philosophies of astronomy - Platonism, Aristotelianism and Stoicism, which were to dominate the classical world up to the fifth century. All three were vital components of Renaissance European culture, combining notions of purpose, order and an...

    Giménez-Camins, Carme; Gallifa, Josep // Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics; Jan-Dec2011, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p121 

    This article deals with the human will and the individual character and their relevance in the moral sphere. After introducing the conative domain, it argues for the need to have a psychological and educational model of human character. The paper presents Espinalt's (1920-1993) concepts of will...

    Giménez-Camins, Carme; Gallifa, Josep // Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science; 2012, Vol. 9, p381 

    No abstract available.

    GILBERT, PAUL // Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy; Spring2011, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p29 

    The word 'ontology' has no meaning outside the context in which it was created. When it was invented, at the beginning of the seventeenth century, the word 'metaphysics' already existed. So the creation of 'ontology' had to express a distance with respect to tradition. 'Metaphysics' had its...

  • Amphoteric Poiesis (selections).
    Komodore, Nicholas // Left Curve; 2013, Issue 37, p70 

    The article focuses on the theory of Amphoteric Poiesis, which is an amalgamation of the collaboration of Polydianibaries and Dialinguistic Geometries. It says that the authoritarian-Aristotelian final result or/and the articulation of a simple-sole-binary effect is rejected by the Amphoteric...

  • Architecture, Ethical Perception, and Educating for Moral Responsibility.
    HAJI, ISHTIYAQUE; CUYPERS, STEFAAN E.; JOYE, YANNICK // Journal of Aesthetic Education; Fall2013, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p1 

    The article discusses the impact of architectural design and lifestyles on ethical perception. It argues on the close connection between architecture and moral responsibility. It outlines the Aristotelian account of moral perception and the influence of architecture on educating for moral...

  • A Response to Peter Barker and Matjaž Vesel, 'Goddu's Copernicus'.
    Goddu, André // Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science; 2013, Vol. 10, p248 

    A response from the author of the book "Copernicus and the Aristotelian Tradition" to a review of the book by reviewers Peter Barker and Matjaž Vesel is presented.

  • Civic Friendship.
    Healy, Mary // Studies in Philosophy & Education; May2011, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p229 

    This paper seeks to examine the plausibility of the concept of 'Civic Friendship' as a philosophical model for a conceptualisation of 'belonging'. Such a concept, would hold enormous interest for educators in enabling the identification of particular virtues, attitudes and values that would need...

  • A experientia como fator de conhecimento: a pessoa na psicologia-filos�fica aristot�lico-tomista da Companhia de Jesus (s�c. XVI-XVII).
    de Andrada Pacheco, Paulo Roberto // Trivium (2176-4891); 2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p98 

    To what extent the experientia can be considered a factor of knowledge? Going from the analysis of a type of Jesuitical epistolary correspondence - the called Litterae Indipetae -, produced between 16th and 17th centuries, we saw the evidence of a dynamism of the own experience's elaboration...

    Llorente, Jaime // Endoxa; 2011, Issue 28, p47 

    The present article may be considered a hermeneutic attempt addressed to the ultimate meaning of the key concept that supports the whole theoretical construction of Aristotle' Metaphysics. Thus, it expounds an "potropaic"interpretation of the ontologically preeminent position granted by...

  • Lukasiewicz and Lorenzen as Interpreters of Aristotle's Syllogistic.
    Barreau, Herv� // Philosophy Study; Mar2012, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p185 

    Jan Lukasiewicz acknowledged that Aristotle's syllogistic does not admit singular terms and presents syllogism as an implication. But he failed to recognize syllogistic necessity, reducing this necessity to "formal implication" as introduced by Russell, when Aristotle shows it as binding...

    KUNA, MARIAN // Filozofia; 2009, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p827 

    The term of practice plays an important role in MacIntyre's philosophy. He uses it in two different ways: either generally as contrasted with theory, or as a specifically defined term within his Neo-Aristotelianism. These two meanings are independent from each other. The paper is a...

  • Diccionarios, lenguas perfectas y el nombre de las cosas.
    Alija, Francisco Javier Grande // Bolet�n de Filolog�a; 2008, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p109 

    First, we analyze the main characteristics of artificial philosophical languages and study Wilkins' Essay Towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language, a paradigmatic example of those languages. Then, we deal with onomasiological Lexicography, with special reference to ideological...

    T�RKERI, Mehmet // Review of the Faculty of Divinity of Dokuz Eylul University; Oct2009, Issue 30, p83 

    This article tries to analyse and remove some misunderstandings concerning Aristotelian ethics in respect of his book, Nicomachean Ethics. Some misunderstandings are about the characteristics of Aristotelian ethics and the Ancient ethics, about actions which have no mean, about self-restraint,...

  • Nova I stara politicka znanost.
    Strauss, Leo // Politicka Misao: Croatian Political Science Review; 2012, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p207 

    Has the new political science, which operates in the conditions of democracy, brought to light anything of political importance that the old political science at its best did not know at least as well? The new political science starts from the modern understanding of science, which holds that...

  • Attesting the Aristotelian Future.
    Raven, Michael // Philosophia; Dec2011, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p751 

    Aristotelian relativism about the future (as recently defended by MacFarlane ()) claims that a prediction made on Monday, such as 'It will rain', can be indeterminate on Monday but determinate on Tuesday. A serious objection to this intuitively appealing view is that it cannot coherently be...

    Machek, David // Reflexe; 2012, Issue 43, p3 

    The paper presents a critical analysis of Plutarch's moral theory in his treatise De Virtute Morali in its historical context. The analysis is framed and motivated by a particular philosophical question of a more general relevance: what challenges must be faced by a theory construed in order to...

  • On Democracy's Epistemic Value.
    McAfee, Noëlle // Good Society Journal; 2009, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p41 

    In this article, the author focuses on democratic epistemology and challenges the Aristotelian model of means-only deliberation using examples from deliberative polls run by professor James Fishkin. He states that there are no independent standards for judging; the standards or ends are...

  • Seeing Green: The Re-discovery of Plants and Nature's Wisdom.
    Gagliano, Monica // Societies (2075-4698); Mar2013, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p147 

    In this article, I endeavor to recount the odd history of how we have come to perceive plants like we do, and illustrate how plants themselves perceive and sense the world and, most importantly, what they can tell us about Nature. Through examples of the ingenious ways plants have evolved to...

  • The Cheng Brothers on Virtue (de): Is a Virtuous Person Self-Centered?
    Yong Huang // Journal of Sino-Western Communications; Dec2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p12 

    There has been an impressive revival of virtue ethics in the last a few decades. While it appeared mainly as a criticism of the dominant moral theories, consequentialism and deontology, as it is now fully developed, it has also faced a series of criticisms or objections from its rivals. While it...

    Klima, Gyula // Filozofia; 2009, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p114 

    The article presents an analysis on the physical irreducibility of teleological phenomena and the arguments against the need for such reduction. It presents a comparison between teleological and causal explanations and asserts that the former is driven by one's notion of intentionality. It...

    Ghassib, Hisham // Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems;  

    A Hegelianized version of Aithusser's concept of problematic is used to investigate the underlying theoretical unity and structure of Arabic physical science (physics, astronomy and chemistry). A contradictory triad (associated with Platonism, Aristotelianism and Ptolemaism) is identified at the...

  • Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and The Mind Association 2010 University College Dublin 9–12 July 2010.
    Ghassib, Hisham // Mind; Jan2010, Vol. 119 Issue 473, p278 

    The article offers information on the 2010 Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and Mind Association to be held at University College Dublin in Ireland on July 9-12, 2012.

    Watt, John W. // Journal for Late Antique Religion & Culture; 2010, Vol. 4, p28 

    This article considers the relationship between the composition in Syriac of commentaries on Aristotle and the translation of his treatises from the time of Sergius of Reshaina through to the Baghdad scholars of the 8th-10th centuries. Surveying the work particularly of Sergius, the scholarly...

  • Aristotle on Life.
    Leunissen, Mariska // Aestimatio: Critical Reviews in the History of Science; 2009, Vol. 6, p127 

    The article reviews the book "Aristotle on Life," edited by John Mouracade.

  • Toward a concept of pluralistic, inter-relational semiosis.
    Merrell, Floyd // Sign Systems Studies; 2007, Vol. 35 Issue 1/2, p9 

    Brief consideration of (1) Peirce's 'logic of vagueness', (2) his categories, and (3) the concepts of overdetermination and underdetermination, vagueness and generality, and inconsistency and incompleteness, along with (4) the abrogation of classical Aristotelian principles of logic, bear out...

    Bielskis, Andrius // Problemos / Problems; 2011, Vol. 80, p7 

    The paper discusses Niccolò Machiavelli's conception of virtue (virtú) and republican politics from the point of view of Aristotelian virtue ethics. Machiavelli's emphasis on civic virtue and the support of republican politics bear similarity to Aristotle's conception of politics. Against...

  • Complexity, Pedagogy and Aristotelian Metaphysics.
    Mari, Giuseppe // Estudios Sobre Educacion; 2009, Issue 17, p87 

    In Italy a large number of Pedagogy scholars are interested in Aristotle's Philosophy because the Stagirite starts from the real situation in order to devise his metaphysical theories. This attitude is close to the Paradigm of Complexity, common today from the epistemological point of view. This...

  • Linking Peoples' Pursuit of Eudaimonia and Hedonia with Characteristics of their Parents: Parenting Styles, Verbally Endorsed Values, and Role Modeling.
    Huta, Veronika // Journal of Happiness Studies; Mar2012, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p47 

    Research on eudaimonia (seeking to use and develop the best in oneself) and hedonia (seeking pleasure, enjoyment, comfort), two dominant ways of pursuing the good life, has previously focused on their well-being consequences and correlates. Little is known about their predictors. Two...

  • The Relationships Between Life Satisfaction, Happiness, and Current Mood.
    Gamble, Amelie; Gärling, Tommy // Journal of Happiness Studies; Mar2012, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p31 

    The present research proposes and tests a conceptualization of happiness as a situation-dependent evaluation of hedonic experiences, specifically the valence and activation of current mood, as well as being related to cognitive judgments of life satisfaction. In Experiment 1 86 undergraduates...

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