By W. K. C. Guthrie
With this publication, Professor Guthrie accomplished his six-volume A heritage of Greek Philosophy during which he surveyed the total box of Greek philosophy from the Presocratics to Aristotle. The background has received popularity of the author's skill to tackle an unlimited and difficult topic and to provide an account of it outstanding for its mixture of studying with readability of exposition. it is a publication for college kids of classics and Greek philosophy, and certainly for somebody attracted to examining a transparent account of Aristotle's thought.
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Extra info for Aristotle: An Encounter (A History of Greek Philosophy, Volume 6)
Why,” Erasmus asked in a memorable fit of frustration, “do we mix up together things which are so conflicting? ”23 This is telling, because in a sense Erasmus and his friends were themselves destabilizing the existing structure of estates or social roles by insisting on the spiritual value of communities of friends and the work of pious scholarship done outside universities or monasteries. Unlike Erasmus, Thomas More was a husband and father who chose marriage over monasticism, but from within a patriarchal family structure he was engaged in the same process of rethinking the boundaries and nature of community.
91 Although Erasmus observes that it is consequently no surprise More chose to study the law, he hastens to demonstrate that More remained simultaneously committed to a different kind of scholarly prestige by explaining that as an adolescent More’s nature “swerved away from the law” and he devoted himself also to studying patristic authors. ” So Erasmus suggests that the difference between social prestige (and studies pursued with this end in mind) and scholarly religious eminence is akin to the distinction between selfish or hierarchical relationships pursued for personal advantage and friendships based on equality and affirmed by acts of generosity.
When he suggested, for example, that bonds of scholarship might replace bonds of kinship, he did not mean only that friends were more important than family, but also that his children and wife might be dearest to him insofar as they were learned friends. ”24 As these quotes suggest, pious men of letters like More and Erasmus imagined that the bonds of learning might displace sexual differences – because these bonds established a religious community. More famously insisted that his daughters be educated in the same way as his son.
Aristotle: An Encounter (A History of Greek Philosophy, Volume 6) by W. K. C. Guthrie