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Fédon – Platão e platonismo

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  • Caeiro (Arete:73-75) – agathon

    É esta a compreensão que dá inteligibilidade à situação concreta de Sócrates. A ela não temos acesso através da mera descrição do que vemos de uma forma objectiva, por mais pormenorizada e exaustiva que ela seja, procurando inclusivamente referir os horizontes internos de cada coisa. Esta descrição objectiva da situação está orientada para o escrutínio…

  • Fédon (Brisson)

    [BRISSON, Luc (dir). Platon. Oeuvres complètes. Paris: Flammarion, 2012, p. 1171-1172] Embora nos faça testemunhar a morte de Sócrates, o Fédon não é uma tragédia. Porque antes de beber o veneno, Sócrates falou o dia todo com seus seguidores, como só ele sabia fazer. Ele falou da morte, não da sua morte, ele não se…

  • Fédon (78c-79d) – objeto do saber é imutável, o da sensação mutável

    Excerto de Phédon, 78c-79d, trad. M. Dixsaut, GF-Flammarion, 1991, p. 240-242. (Versão em português) — Alors, dit Socrate, portons-nous vers le point où nous étions arrivés lors de notre précédent raisonnement. Cette essence, — c’est de sa manière d’être dont nous rendons un juste compte et lorsque nous questionnons et lorsque nous répondons —, est-ce…

  • Fédon (65a-66a) – o corpo só faz perturbar

    Excerto de Phédon, 65a-66a, trad. M. Dixsaut, GF-Flammarion, 1991, p. 214-216. Versão em português — Bon. Et quand il s’agit de se mettre à penser ? Le corps fait-il, ou non, obstacle, quand, poursuivant une recherche, on s’avise de l’y associer ? Je veux dire à peu près ceci : la vue, ou encore l’ouïe,…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (114c-116a) — A lição do mito

    Wherefore, Simmias, seeing all these things, what ought not we to do in order to obtain virtue and wisdom in this life ? Fair is the prize, and the hope great. I do not mean to affirm that the description which I have given of the soul and her mansions is exactly true — a…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (113d-114c) — Sanções

    Such is the name of the other world ; and when the dead arrive at the place to which the genius of each severally conveys them, first of all they have sentence passed upon them, as they have lived well and piously or not. And those who appear to have lived neither well nor ill,…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (111c-113c) — Geografia infernal

    Such is the nature of the whole earth, and of the things which are around the earth ; and there are divers regions in the hollows on the face of the globe everywhere, some of them deeper and also wider than that which we inhabit, others deeper and with a narrower opening than ours, and…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (110b-111c) — A terra superior

    The tale, my friend, he said, is as follows : In the first place, the earth, when looked at from above, is like one of those balls which have leather coverings in twelve pieces, and is of divers colors, of which the colors which painters use on earth are only a sample. But there the…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (108c-110a) — Cosmologia e geografia gerais

    Now the earth has divers wonderful regions, and is indeed in nature and extent very unlike the notions of geographers, as I believe on the authority of one who shall be nameless. What do you mean, Socrates ? said Simmias. I have myself heard many descriptions of the earth, but I do not know in…

  • Jowett: Phaedo (107a-107d) — Tudo ainda não foi dito

    I am convinced, Socrates, said Cebes, and have nothing more to object ; but if my friend Simmias, or anyone else, has any further objection, he had better speak out, and not keep silence, since I do not know how there can ever be a more fitting time to which he can defer the discussion,…