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XXXVII - Sócrates - Se nos desviamos algum tanto da verdade, quem quiser poderá reexaminar agora o assunto para corrigir o que estiver errado, reunindo numa só classe a m emória, a sabedoria, o conhecimento e a opinião verdadeira, para decidir se alguém, privado de tudo isso, desejaria ter ou adquirir sej a o que for, ainda que se tratasse do maior e mais intenso prazer, se não formasse opinião verdadeira de sua alegria naquele momento, nem tivesse o menor resquício de consciência do que sentia a cada instante, nem a mais tênue lembrança, ainda que passageira, do que lhe acontecera. Faça idênticas considerações a respeito da sabedoria e se pergunte se alguém desejaria possuí-la sem a menor dose de prazer ou, de preferência, com uns tantos prazeres de mistura, e também todos os prazeres sem sabedoria, em vez de um certo grau de sabedoria

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The dialogue's central question concerns the relative value of pleasure and knowledge. Qual seria?
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Platão - Filebo (Philebus)


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Philebus - Wikipedia
which do not figure Socrates as the main speaking character. [2] The dialogue is generally considered to contain less humor than earlier dialogues, and to emphasize philosophy and speculation over drama and poetry. [3] [4] Contents[edit] <span>The dialogue's central question concerns the relative value of pleasure and knowledge, and produces a model for thinking about how complex structures are developed. Socrates begins by summarizing the two sides of the dialogue: Philebus was saying that enjoyment and p







No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements":

1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less.
2. O finito. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number.
3. A mistura kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being.
4. A causa da mistura genuína, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself.

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imple question" but also its "simple answer (that the truly good and perfect is above both reason and pleasure, but thought and intelligence are incomparably closer to perfection than pleasure and enjoyment can ever be)". [7] <span>One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. The limitless. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. The limited. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number. 3. The mixed kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being. 4. The cause of such genuine mixture, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself. References[edit] Jump up ^ Friedländer (1969) page 306. Jump up ^ Schofield, 'Plato', Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig. Routledge. page 419. Jump up ^ Jowe




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No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements":

1. O [...]. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less.
2. O [...] . These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number.
3. A mistura kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being.
4. A causa da mistura genuína, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself.
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infinito
finito


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No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. O finito. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of n

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imple question" but also its "simple answer (that the truly good and perfect is above both reason and pleasure, but thought and intelligence are incomparably closer to perfection than pleasure and enjoyment can ever be)". [7] <span>One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. The limitless. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. The limited. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number. 3. The mixed kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being. 4. The cause of such genuine mixture, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself. References[edit] Jump up ^ Friedländer (1969) page 306. Jump up ^ Schofield, 'Plato', Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig. Routledge. page 419. Jump up ^ Jowe







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No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements":

1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less.
2. O finito. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number.
3. A [...] kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being.
4. A [...] , which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself.
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mistura
causa da mistura genuína


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quot;elements": 1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. O finito. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number. 3. A <span>mistura kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it

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imple question" but also its "simple answer (that the truly good and perfect is above both reason and pleasure, but thought and intelligence are incomparably closer to perfection than pleasure and enjoyment can ever be)". [7] <span>One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. The limitless. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. The limited. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number. 3. The mixed kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being. 4. The cause of such genuine mixture, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself. References[edit] Jump up ^ Friedländer (1969) page 306. Jump up ^ Schofield, 'Plato', Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig. Routledge. page 419. Jump up ^ Jowe







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No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of [...], or four " [...] ":

1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less.
2. O finito. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number.
3. A mistura kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being.
4. A causa da mistura genuína, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself.
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being
elements


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No dialógo Filebo de Platão:One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. O infinito. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. O finito. These are the types of th

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imple question" but also its "simple answer (that the truly good and perfect is above both reason and pleasure, but thought and intelligence are incomparably closer to perfection than pleasure and enjoyment can ever be)". [7] <span>One of the major ontological themes of the work is that there are four kinds of being, or four "elements": 1. The limitless. These are the types of things of which we make relative comparisons such as more or less. 2. The limited. These are the types of things which can be given a definite measurement of number. 3. The mixed kind of being, mixes the first two, limiting and various types of limitless beings in the "world of becoming" and change which people experience, or at least that aspect of it which is not arbitrary and aimless, but a more genuine kind of becoming that aims at being. 4. The cause of such genuine mixture, which limits the unlimited beings and orders nature. This, Socrates argues, is reason itself - not only human reason, but the greater reason of nature itself. References[edit] Jump up ^ Friedländer (1969) page 306. Jump up ^ Schofield, 'Plato', Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig. Routledge. page 419. Jump up ^ Jowe







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Fedro: E quanto a morrer por outro, só o consentem os que amam, não apenas os homens, mas também as mulheres

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Assim, pois, eu afirmo que o Amor é dos deuses o mais antigo, o mais honrado e o mais poderoso para a aquisição da virtude e da felicidade entre os homens, tanto em sua vida como após sua morte.” De Fedro foi mais ou menos este o discurso que pronunciou

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Pausanias: primeiramente o se deixar conquistar é tido como feio, a fim de que possa haver tempo, que bem parece o mais das vezes ser uma excelente prova; e depois o deixar-se conquistar pelo dinheiro e pelo prestigio político é tido como feio, quer a um mau trato nos assustemos sem reagir, quer beneficiados em dinheiro ou em sucesso político não os desprezemos; nenhuma dessas vantagens, com efeito, parece firme ou constante, afora o fato de que delas nem mesmo se pode derivar uma amizade nobre. Um só caminho então resta à nossa norma, se deve o bem-amado decentemente aquiescer ao amante.

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Pausânias: em tudo por tudo é belo aquiescer em vista da virtude. Este é o amor da deusa celeste, ele mesmo celeste e de muito valor para a cidade e os cidadãos, porque muito esforço ele obriga a fazer pela virtude tanto ao próprio amante como ao amado; os outros porém são todos da outra deusa, da popular

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