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eBook The Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece ePub

by Richard Gotshalk

  • ISBN: 0761817743
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: Richard Gotshalk
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press Of America (August 2, 2000)
  • Pages: 496
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Richard Gotshalk begins this work with an extended sk Philosophy arose in Greece in a three-fold birth .

Richard Gotshalk begins this work with an extended sk Philosophy arose in Greece in a three-fold birth, first in 6th century Ionia, then in 6th century south Italy, and finally in 5th century Athens. This triple-birth, together with the character and differences of these three beginnings, becomes intelligible when the historical background and matrix involved are recalled. From that background, Gotshalk then offers an understanding of the origins and initial shapes of philosophy in Greece, taking Heraclitus as exemplifying the Ionian beginning, Parmenides the south Italian, and Plato and Aristotle the Athenian.

Philosophy arose in Greece in a three-fold birth, first in 6th century Ionia, then in 6th century south Italy, and finally in 5th century Athens.

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Richard Gotshalk is the author of Beginnings of Philosophy in India (University Press of America 1998) .

He was Professor of Philosophy at Pennsylvania State University until his initial retirement in 1977, then taught part-time at the University of Montana until his second retirement in 1995. Hardcover: 392 pages. Publisher: University Press Of America (October 18, 2000).

The Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece. Richard Gotshalk - 2000 - Up. etails. Philosophy arose in Greece in a three-fold birth, first in 6th century Ionia, then in 6th century south Italy, and finally in 5th century Athens. Arvind K. Sharma, Richard Gotshalk, Robert N. Minor. Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Historical Background: Chapter 4 The Myceneans Chapter 5 Before and After Chapter 6 Rebirth Chapter 7 Homer and Hesiod Chapter 8 Immediate Context o. More).

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The beginnings of the long process leading to philosophy were characterized by intellectual diversity and geographic polycentrism. Books related to The Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece.

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Philosophy arose in Greece in a three-fold birth, first in 6th century Ionia, then in 6th century south Italy, and finally in 5th century Athens. This triple-birth, together with the character and differences of these three beginnings, becomes intelligible when the historical background and matrix involved are recalled. Richard Gotshalk begins this work with an extended sketch of that background, emphasizing the emergence of poetry as a truth-revealer beyond myth and the role of Homer and Hesiod in shaping by their poetic achievements, the matrix within which philosophy arose. From that background, Gotshalk then offers an understanding of the origins and initial shapes of philosophy in Greece, taking Heraclitus as exemplifying the Ionian beginning, Parmenides the south Italian, and Plato and Aristotle the Athenian. The work concludes with a brief sketch of the features and emphases which mark the Greek realization of philosophical thought, and distinguish philosophy in its beginnings in Greece from philosophy in its beginnings in India and China.