2004-11-25

Epicuro: Una sabiduría del gozo y de soberanía individual

Villa Uribe, Claudia

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Title: Epicuro: Una sabiduría del gozo y de soberanía individual
Authors: Villa Uribe, Claudia
Keywords: Philosophy;Ethics;Wisdom;Friendship;Filosofía;Etica;Sabiduría;Felicidad
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2004
Publisher: Universidad Autónoma de Occidente
Series/Report no.: Revista Habladurías volumen 1, número 1, (septiembre - diciembre de 2004) p. 107-116
Abstract: El presente artículo quiere mostrar la vigencia que el pensamiento de Epicuro (filósofo griego del siglo III A de C) aún podría tener para nosotros. Las cuatro vertientes aquí presentadas, la amistad, la felicidad, el cuerpo y el placer son las constantes que recorren y finalmente fundan el carácter ético de una filosofía que se juega en la vida
Description: The purpose of this article is to show that Epicurean thinking (Greek philosopher of the III century b.c.) is still in vogue today and what he could have in store for us. The four branches, friendship, happiness, body and pleasure are the constants that run through and ultimately establish the ethical character of a philosophy at stakeThe purpose of this article is to show that Epicurean thinking (Greek philosopher of the III century b.c.) is still in vogue today and what he could have in store for us. The four branches, friendship, happiness, body and pleasure are the constants that run through and ultimately establish the ethical character of a philosophy at stake
URI: http://red.uao.edu.co//handle/10614/9058
ISSN: 1794-6166
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