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O Bem Humano em Epicteto

O Bem Humano em Epicteto

Aldo Dinucci and Kelli Rudolph, “O Bem Humano em Epicteto,” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 77, no. 1 (2021): 21–46,

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  • O Bem Humano em Epicteto

    Type Journal Article
    Author Aldo Dinucci
    Author Kelli Rudolph
    Rights © 2021 by Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    Volume 77
    Issue 1
    Pages 21-46
    Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    ISSN 0870-5283
    Date 2021
    Extra The Human Good in Epictetus
    DOI 10.17990/RPF/2021_77_1_0021
    Language Portuguese
    Abstract In this paper we will focus on the following points in Epictetus. First, we will concentrate our attention on the celebrated distinction between things up to us (eph’ hemin) and things not up to us (ouk eph’ hemin). Second, we will survey the distinction between the material (hyle) and its use. According to this distinction, all external things are not up to us and consequently have no intrinsic value, although, as materials for the capacity of choice, their use has value, since humans can use things well or badly. Third, we will demonstrate that the use of the materials corresponds to the use of presentations. Finally, we will present the three topics of Epictetus’ philosophy: the topic relative to desire, the topic relative to impulse and the topic relative to assent, being the first concerned with judgments about things and our desires; the second, about impulses and adequate actions; and the third, about assent and persuasiveness of presentations. The knowledge contained in these three topics constitute, for Epictetus, what we should know to make good use of presentations and, consequently, to achieve the human good, which is a capacity of choice according to nature that has at its disposal a comprehensive set of correct opinions about reality.
    Date Added 4/29/2021, 12:33:01 AM
    Modified 4/29/2021, 11:19:24 AM


    • Epictetus, human good, presentations, stoicism.


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