By Miira Tuominen
This ebook bargains the 1st synoptic learn of the way the first parts in wisdom buildings have been analysed in antiquity from Plato to overdue old commentaries. It argues that, within the Platonic-Aristotelian culture, the query of beginning issues was once taken care of from exact issues of view: as a query of the way we collect easy wisdom; and as a question of the premises we might instantly settle for within the line of argumentation.
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Apprehension and Argument: Ancient Theories of Starting Points for Knowledge: 3 (Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind) by Miira Tuominen