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Simposio o sull'amore By Plato F. Zanatta Simposio o sull amore Il Simposio la grande lezione d a del pensiero occidentale Nella polifonia di voci riunite nella gaia e giocosa atmosfera di un banchetto Platone ci presenta l una dopo l altra le dottrine dell ero
  • Title: Simposio o sull'amore
  • Author: Plato F. Zanatta
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  • Simposio o sull'amore By Plato F. Zanatta Il Simposio la grande lezione d a del pensiero occidentale Nella polifonia di voci riunite nella gaia e giocosa atmosfera di un banchetto, Platone ci presenta, l una dopo l altra, le dottrine dell eros esposte nell orizzonte del mito, nella filosofia presocratica, nella scienza medica, nel sentire comune e in quello dei poeti A questa vera e propria summa enciIl Simposio la grande lezione d a del pensiero occidentale Nella polifonia di voci riunite nella gaia e giocosa atmosfera di un banchetto, Platone ci presenta, l una dopo l altra, le dottrine dell eros esposte nell orizzonte del mito, nella filosofia presocratica, nella scienza medica, nel sentire comune e in quello dei poeti A questa vera e propria summa enciclopedica del sapere erotico dell antichit , la possente parola di Socrate contrappone una nuova visione dell a, che libera la forza demoniaca dell eros al di l del vincolo dei corpi e degli individui, in una autentica ascesa conoscitiva verso l idea del bene e del bello Introduzione di Umberto Galimberti Testo originale a fronte.
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      Greek Arabic Alternate Spelling Plat n, Platone Plato is a Classical Greek philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world Along with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy and science.Plato is one of the most important Western philosophers, exerting influence on virtually every figure in philosophy after him His dialogue The Republic is known as the first comprehensive work on political philosophy Plato also contributed foundationally to ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology His student, Aristotle, is also an extremely influential philosopher and the tutor of Alexander the Great of Macedonia.

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    1. Plato s The Symposium is one of the best loved classics from the ancient world, a work of consummate beauty as both philosophy and as literature, most appropriate since the topic of this dialogue is the nature of love and includes much philosophizing on beauty In the spirit of freshness, I will focus on one very important section, where Socrates relates the words of his teacher Diotima on the birth of Love explained in the context of myth Following the birth of Aphrodite, the other gods were hav [...]


    2. Rating 2 of five, all for Aristophanes s way trippy remix of the Book of GenesisWhile perusing a review of Death in Venice dreadful tale, yet another fag must die rather than love piece of normative propaganda written by my good friend Stephen, he expressed a desire to read The Symposium before he eventually re reads this crapulous homophobic maundering deathless work of art As I have read The Symposium with less than stellar results, I warned him off Well, see below for what happened next.Steph [...]



    3. OPRAH Good evening and welcome to What s the Most Spiritual Book of All Time For people who missed last week s exciting semi final round, The Sermon on the Mount beat The Bhagavad Gita 4 1 while Jonathan Livingston Seagull unexpectedly lost 3 2 to outsider The Symposium Let s all welcome our finalists Applause Enter JESUS CHRIST and SOCRATES, both wearing tuxedos They shake hands More applause OPRAH And now let me introduce our jury I m thrilled to have with us living legend Paul McCartney, worl [...]


    4. It s been less than three years that I ve been Socrates companion and made it my job to know exactly what he says and does each day Before that, I simply drifted aimlessly Of course, I used to think that what I was doing was important, but in fact I was the most worthless man on earth as bad as you are this very moment I used to think philosophy was the last thing a man should do In Praise of Love An EncoreThis is a dialogue about the human aspiration towards happiness, and how that desire is be [...]



    5. I Never Met a Physician Who Wasn t Descended from a GreekThis might just be the work that put the meta at least the metafiction in metaphysics.Plato s name is attached to it, but its principal focus is Socrates And guess what Socrates doesn t so much elaborate on his own views as 1 recount the views of others especially those of the female philosopher Diotima and 2 indirectly reveal his views by his conduct and his responses to the views of others especially the taunts of Alcibiades.Even the con [...]


    6. The Symposium holds the key to ancient psychology One has but to compare post Freudian psychology s understanding of the drives with Plato s discourse on human longing here in order to measure the distance between the ancient and modern orientations to reality It is strange for us to conceive this in the post Darwinian, post Freudian era, but Plato genuinely held that the longing to know is the fundamental human drive, with sexuality the modern candidate foundational drive being derived therefro [...]



    7. In this book Socrates argues that it is not always a good idea to have sex with boys and Aristophanes explains we were once co joined creatures of three sexes either male female, male male or female female and were shaped like balls How could anyone not find this a book worth reading


    8. Lectura 6 de la materia de Teor a del Conocimiento, El Banquete.Citas y peque os comentarios de uso personal Sabios reunidos Fedro, Agaton, Eriximaco, Pausanias, Aristodemo, Arist fanes Tributo al amor El Amor es un gran dios, muy digno de ser honrado por los dioses y por los hombres por mil razones, sobre todo, por su ancianidad porque es el m s anciano de los dioses Palabra clave virtud No conozco mayor ventaja para un joven, que tener un amante virtuoso ni para un amante que el amar un objeto [...]



    9. The life of the party26 August 2015 You ve really got to love the way Plato writes philosophy Whereas everybody else simply writes what is in effect a work of non fiction explaining some ideas, Plato seems to have the habit of inserting them into a story Okay, he may not be the only philosopher that uses a story to convey his philosophical ideas, but he certainly stands out from his contemporaries, who simply wrote treatises I ve read a few of his works, and he always seems to structure it in a [...]



    10. HEADLINE This is priceless When I was a young man, I and my friends certainly had some strange conversations, possibly aided by some substances of questionable legality in certain countries, but we never quite managed to attain the heights of strangeness reached at this banquet drinking party held in 416 BCE when Socrates was approximately 53 years old, once again the principal figure in this dialogue written by Plato between 12 and 15 years after Socrates death by poisoning in 399 BCE Plato was [...]


    11. Gozba, simpozion, ili simpozijum je bila jedna od najzanimljivijih ustanova starogr kog dru tva Predstavljala je spoj ve ernje zabave, pijanke i politi ko filozofskog foruma mu karaca jer enama nije bio dozvoljen pristup Naj e e je organizovana u ast pobede na nekom od agona, sportskih ili pozori nih Platon uzima gozbu kao okvir za svoje veliko delo, u kojoj se prelamaju dru tveni odnosi polisa Atine politi ki, religijski, seksualni obrasci pon anja izranjaju na povr inu.Podeljena u 6 1 besedu, [...]


    12. Two points about this book that I didn t enjoy Firstly the descriptions of intimate relations with persons of a very very young age which although not exclusive to the Greek people in those times were nevertheless disturbing to read about Secondly, in the last pages he seems to be tooting his own horn a lot Even though he portrays Socrates as this superhuman human we know that Socrates speaks Platos own words throughout the whole text so he seems to be giving these amazing characteristics to him [...]



    13. And Agathon said, It is probable, Socrates, that I knew nothing of what I had said.And yet spoke you beautifully, Agathon, he said Back in the late 1990s a cowpunk band named The Meat Purveyors had a song, Why Does There Have To Be A Morning After It detailed stumbling around in the cruel light of day, sipping on backwash beer from the night before and attempting to reconstruct what at best remains a blur.The event depicted here is a hungover quest for certainty The old hands in Athens have been [...]



    14. The nature of eros is discussed in this famous dialogue by Plato Symposium literally means drinking party in ancient Greek and this was one well attended party with the likes of Alcibiades, Aristophanes, Agathon, Pausanias, Eryximachus and Socrates A variety of views are put forward by the participants during the witty dialog that befits a drinking party Some believe that eros is a somewhat shadowy thing, neither beautiful nor ugly, good nor bad The most famous view is Aristophanes myth of a tim [...]




    15. In one of those strange literary coincidences this short treatise on Love by Plato has been referenced this past week in my reading of Barth s The Friday Book and Hilton Als s White Girls And for completely different reasons I haven t plunged head first into White Girls just yet, so this is a great opportunity to pause and catch up on a work of antiquity.My copy of The Symposium is translated from the Greek by Percy Bysshe Shelley he titles the work The Banquet of Plato rather than the common t [...]


    16. Each of us when separated, having one side only, like a flat fish, is but a indenture of a man, and he is always looking for his other half .


    17. I m not a philosophy or ancient history student, I picked up Plato s Symposium to challenge myself and see if I could understand it The Symposium is a gathering of Greek thinkers who sit around and give speeches about love Phaedrus talks about the greatness of love and how those who have it achieve great things Pausanias talks of the merits of boy man love where the boy pleasures the man while the man passes on his wisdom to the boy and that this is the best kind of love, not the lesser lover of [...]



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    19. Once upon a time, millions of years ago, before humans were created God populated Earth with Unimen The Unimen had only one eye, ear, and nostril, one hand, one leg, and no genitals They reproduced asexually by growing a budding on their asymmetrical head, and when the budding developed into a baby they gently detached it, and the whole tribe took care of it, for Unimen were a very social species.Unimen were also intelligent and curious And nothing fascinated them than the sight of two of God s [...]



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