エンペドクレス入門<br>Empedocles : An Interpretation (Studies in Classics-outstandingdissertations)

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415967006
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基本説明

Offers the first complete reinterpretation of Empedocles since the publication of the Strasbourg papyrus in 1999 brought new fragments of his lost work to light.

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Offers the first complete reinterpretation of Empedocles - one of the founding figures of Western philosophy - since the publication of the Strasbourg papyrus in 1999 brought new fragments of his lost work to light.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments                        xi
Abbreviations xiii
Chapter I The Single-Work Hypothesis 1 (30)
1. The Unity of Empedocles' Thought 1 (5)
2. The Case for the Single-Work Hypothesis 6 (9)
3. The Two Titles 15 (16)
Chapter II The Framework: Proem and Doctrine 31 (42)
1. A Single Theory of Everything 31 (3)
2. The Direct Evidence for Empedocles' Proem 34 (4)
3. Indirect Evidence for Empedocles' Proem: 38 (6)
Sedley's Thesis
a. The Hymn to Venus 41 (1)
b. The Address to Memmius and the Semina 41 (2)
Rerum
c. The Sacrifice of Iphigenia 43 (1)
d. General Precepts 44 (1)
4. Proposed Reconstruction 44 (29)
a. The Division by Addressees: Plural and 46 (1)
Singular
b. Fragments Addressed to Plural Addressees 46 (5)
c. Fragments with a Single Addressee 51 (22)
Chapter III Interpreting the Framework 73 (36)
1. The Proem and Doctrine: Difficulties of 73 (15)
Interpretation
a. Gods and Men 73 (1)
b. The Aim of the Present Section 74 (1)
c. A Preliminary Objection: Aristotle on 75 (1)
the Presocratics
d. The Proems of Parmenides and Lucretius 75 (1)
e. The Function of a Proem 76 (3)
f. Empedocles' Divinity according to B 112, 79 (9)
B 115, and B 17/ensemble a
2. Pedagogical Strategies and Protreptic 88 (21)
Philosophical Works
a. Plato and Empedocles as Representatives 88 (12)
of the Hierarchical Tradition of Thought
b. Protreptic Philosophical Works: 100 (9)
Rhetorical Features in Empedocles' Proem
Chapter IV The Persuasion of Empedocles 109 (72)
1. General Remarks: Empedocles' Heroic 109 (7)
Synthesis
2. Bacchics, Orphics, and Pythagoreans 116 (13)
a. Three Related Movements 116 (4)
b. The Afterlife: A Basic Typology 120 (3)
c. Orphic or Pythagorean? 123 (3)
d. Empedocles' Rational Theology and 126 (3)
Eschatology
3. Parmenides' Poem: Unity by Exclusion 129 (15)
a. A Defense of the Current Consensus 131 (6)
b. A First Contrast: ゚ios 137 (1)
c. First and Second Order 138 (6)
4. Historical Interlude: Divine and Mortal 144 (8)
Knowledge
a. Poetic Pessimism and Causal 145 (1)
"Overdetermination": Pindar
b. The Homeric Gods before the Unity of All 146 (1)
Things: Two Types of Response
c. Xenophanes on Knowledge 147 (1)
d. Heraclitus: God's-Eye View and 148 (4)
Geometrical Mean
5. Empedocles' Response to Parmenides: The 152 (18)
Continuity of Thought
a. Divine and Mortal Thought in Parmenides 152 (1)
b. Ancient and Modern Critiques of 153 (6)
Parmenides
c. Empedocles' First Principles as Thinking 159 (4)
Beings
d. Empedocles on Mortal and Divine Thought 163 (7)
6. Intelligible Order: B 17/ensemble a 170 (11)
Conclusion 181 (12)
1. Widening Gaps 181 (3)
2. Clarification and Elaboration in B 21, 23, 184 (9)
26, and 35
Notes 193 (57)
Appendix 250 (7)
Bibliography 257 (18)
Index Locorum 275 (12)
Selective General Index 287