mahmoud_mourad

أ.د/ محمود السيد مراد

استاذ - أستاذ ورئيس قسم الفلسفة

كلية الآداب

العنوان: سوهاج - كلية الآداب - قسم الفلسفة

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المنشورات و المؤلفات التي تحتوي علي الكلمة المفتاحية: سقراط


Socratic Moral Psychology
The term “Socratic intellectualism” has come commonly to be used to describe either of two somewhat related features of Socratic philosophy, which may be called “virtue intellectualism” and “motivational intellectualism.” Socrates is generally, though perhaps not universally, regarded as a virtue intellectualist because he believed that all virtue is in some sense constituted by a certain kind of knowledge. In ... إقراء المزيد

SOCRATICA 2008  Studies in Ancient Socratic Literature
In the last few years interest in a multi-faceted approach to Socrates and the Socratics has grown considerably. Not only have the So$ kratikoi logoi been studied with more and more attention; the historical and literary contexts to which the protagonists of these logoi belong have also been tackled extensively. The need to consider Socrates within a broader context has ... إقراء المزيد

Socrates and the Socratic Dialogue
In this chapter I shall try to sketch what is in my view Aristophanes’ main contribution to the history of Socratism.1 Aristophanes, I shall argue, provided Socrates with a (literally) “iconic” status that proved a major influence for Socratic writers and for Plato in particular, to the extent that it would be hard to imagine Plato’s Socrates in the absence ... إقراء المزيد

2020-03-18 07:57:03 الكلمات المفتاحية كسينوفون, سقراط, المذكرات, الاخلاق,
Xenophon: Ethical Principles and Historical Enquiry
Xenophon presents a unique opportunity. As the author of Hellenic history, campaign record, biography, encomium, Socratic dialogues, constitutional analysis, economic treatise and training manuals, his repertoire is diverse in its interests and forms. His personal history places him successively (where he grew to early adulthood through the twenty-seven years of the Peloponnesian War and became part of the circle around ... إقراء المزيد

2020-03-19 20:02:41 الكلمات المفتاحية سقراط, أثينا, افساد الشباب, الدفاع, أفلاطون,
Corrupting the Youth: Xenophon and Plato on Socrates and Alcibiades
Socrates’ most famous student is undoubtedly Plato, but such was likely not the case during Socrates’ lifetime, or at least in the time around his death. His most famous students then – or rather his most infamous students – were likely those with unpopular, even criminal, political careers, namely, Critias and Alcibiades. Critias was a member of the hirty Tyrants ... إقراء المزيد

2020-03-19 20:15:23 الكلمات المفتاحية الدفاع, المأدبة, كسينوفون, أفلاطون, سقراط, التهكم,
Laughter in Plato's and Xenophon's Symposia
دراسة مقارنة لصورة سقراط كما رسمها افلاطون في محاوراته وكسينوفون في مؤلفاتة . إقراء المزيد

The Present State of Socratic Studies: an Overview
Scholarly literature on Socrates and the Socratics is growing constantly and steadily. The number of editions, translations, monographs, collections and articles is increasing from year to year,1 contributing to a boost of knowledge about Socrates and his pupils as well as to new ways of interpreting such knowledge. Well established hermeneutical paradigms spanning from Olof Gigon’s ‘skeptic’ approach to Gregory ... إقراء المزيد

The Concept of Mimesis: Evolution From Plato to Longinus
Scholarly literature on Socrates and the Socratics is growing constantly and steadily. The number of editions, translations, monographs, collections and articles is increasing from year to year,1 contributing to a boost of knowledge about Socrates and his pupils as well as to new ways of interpreting such knowledge. Well established hermeneutical paradigms spanning from Olof Gigon’s ‘skeptic’ approach to Gregory ... إقراء المزيد

2020-03-19 23:50:03 الكلمات المفتاحية سقراط, السياسة, كسينوفون, القوانين, العرف, القانون الطبيعي,
Socrates' attitude towards Politics in Xenophon
يعالج المقال موقف سقراط من السياسة والقوانين معالجة فلسفية تحليلية متعمقة . إقراء المزيد

2020-03-19 23:55:10 الكلمات المفتاحية الفلسفة, الحب, الايمان, كيركيجارد, سقراط,
Kierkegaard and Socrates A Study in Philosophy and Faith
This volume is a study of the relationship between philosophy and faith in Søren Kierkegaard’s Philosophical Fragments. It is also the first book to focus on the role of Socrates in this pseudonymous volume, and it illuminates the significance of Socrates for Kierkegaard’s thought in general. Jacob Howland argues that in Fragments, philosophy and faith are closely related passions. A ... إقراء المزيد