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Título: Aspasian Infidelities. On Aspasius’ Philosophical Background (EN I)
Autor: Mesquita, António Pedro
Palavras-chave: Aspasius
External goods
Data: 2016
Editora: De Gruyter
Resumo: The discussion on Aspasius’ philosophical background has benefited in recent years from a wide consensus. According to this consensus, Aspasius should be regarded as a Peripatetic, or even as an “orthodox Peripatetic” (Barnes’ phrase). It is true that Aspasius’ commentary is generally in tune with Aristotle. It is true that he shows an extensive knowledge of Aristotelian research pertinent for the discussions and that he uses Aristotelian concepts, principles, and doctrines with ease as if they were his own, thus denoting an old assimila- tion of those materials and a long accommodation to them. In a word, it is true that Aspasius is an Aristotelian. He is, however, as I will try to show in this paper, an Aristotelian strongly influenced by Stoicism. I will do so by selecting those points from Aspasius’ commentary on book I of the Nicomachean Ethics where the Stoic influence is most flagrantly evident, namely in his interpretation of art (τέχνη), his conception of continence and incontinence and, especially, his interpretation of the relation between happiness, virtue, and external goods in Aristotle.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/34154
DOI: 10.1515/apeiron-2015-0028
ISSN: 0003-6390
Versão do Editor: https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/apeiron.2016.49.issue-2/issue-files/apeiron.2016.49.issue-2.xml
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