Aristóteles entre doxografía y biografía: sobre Diógenes Laercio V 31
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dc.contributor.author Grau Guijarro, Sergi es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-02-17T08:13:30Z
dc.date.available 2021-02-17T08:13:30Z
dc.date.issued 2019 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/77792
dc.description.abstract It is intended to draw attention to a couple of phrases that appear right towards the middle of Aristotle?s controversial doxography that can be read in the Lives and doctrines of the most illustrious philosophers by Diogenes Laertius V 31, and which certainly do not correspond to any known doxographic system. As it frequently happens in the Laercian work, the same consideration about whether or not the philosopher should fall in love and get married is identical in other, completely different doxographies: the Cyrenaic (DL II 91), the Stoic (DL VII 129) and the Epicurean (DL X 118). It is possible to consider, then, the origin of this interest in the sentimental life, we could say, of the philosophers, in several doxographies. Once it has been established that its presence can hardly be traced in the philosophers? own doctrines, it is interesting to ask whether it could be a biographical topic transferred to doxography, as well as the statements about whether the philosopher should live in the court of the powerful. es
dc.source Grau Guijarro, Sergi. Aristóteles entre doxografía y biografía: sobre Diógenes Laercio V 31. En: Studia philologica valentina, 21 2019: 133-147 es
dc.subject 1135-9560 8276 Studia philologica valentina 536436 2019 21 7225817 Aristóteles entre doxografía y biografía: sobre Diógenes Laercio V 31 Grau Guijarro es
dc.subject Sergi It is intended to draw attention to a couple of phrases that appear right towards the middle of Aristotle?s controversial doxography that can be read in the Lives and doctrines of the most illustrious philosophers by Diogenes Laertius V 31 es
dc.subject and which certainly do not correspond to any known doxographic system. As it frequently happens in the Laercian work es
dc.subject the same consideration about whether or not the philosopher should fall in love and get married is identical in other es
dc.subject completely different doxographies: the Cyrenaic (DL II 91) es
dc.subject the Stoic (DL VII 129) and the Epicurean (DL X 118). It is possible to consider es
dc.subject then es
dc.subject the origin of this interest in the sentimental life es
dc.subject we could say es
dc.subject of the philosophers es
dc.subject in several doxographies. Once it has been established that its presence can hardly be traced in the philosophers? own doctrines es
dc.subject it is interesting to ask whether it could be a biographical topic transferred to doxography es
dc.subject as well as the statements about whether the philosopher should live in the court of the powerful. Diógenes Laercio ? doxografía filosófica ? biografía griega antigua de filósofos ? vida de Aristóteles es
dc.subject Diogenes Laertius ? philosophical doxography ? ancient Greek biography of philosophers ? Aristotle?s life 133 147 https://pages.uv.es/SPhV/cas/numero21.wiki es
dc.title Aristóteles entre doxografía y biografía: sobre Diógenes Laercio V 31 es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS DE LAS ARTES Y LAS LETRAS es
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