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Die Untersuchung von Senecas Epistulae Morales 94 und 95 im Gesamtkontext führt zu neuen Ergebnissen. Letters 94 and 95 of Senecas Epistulae Morales introduce and discuss a distinction between individual moral instructions or praecepta and the doctrines of Stoic moral philosophy or decreta. According to Seneca, some people reject the teaching of decreta, preferring non-doctrinal methods of moral instruction, while Aristo of Chios, the heterodox Stoic, rejects praecepta in favor of decreta alone. Seneca charts a middle course between these positions, defending praecepta (in 94) and decreta (in 95) against their respective opponents.Schafer argues against interpretations which see praecepta as 'rules' which a Stoic agent follows, in conjunction with decreta or 'principles' in moral deliberation. He shows both that the text does not answer to the concerns which an account of Stoic deliberation must address, and that Senecas praecepta could not be the rules which structure that deliberation, if such rules exist. Bücher / Fachbücher / Philosophie / Epochen / Antike 978-3-525-25291-8, Vandenhoeck + Ruprecht

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gebunden 125 S. Gebundene Ausgabe Letters 94 and 95 of Senecas Epistulae Morales introduce and discuss a distinction between individual moral instructions or praecepta and the doctrines of Stoic moral philosophy or decreta. According to Seneca, some people reject the teaching of decreta, preferring non-doctrinal methods of moral instruction, while Aristo of Chios, the heterodox Stoic, rejects praecepta in favor of decreta alone. Seneca charts a middle course between these positions, defending praecepta (in 94) and decreta (in 95) against their respective opponents.Schafer argues against interpretations which see praecepta as 'rules' which a Stoic agent follows, in conjunction with decreta or 'principles' in moral deliberation. He shows both that the text does not answer to the concerns which an account of Stoic deliberation must address, and that Senecas praecepta could not be the rules which structure that deliberation, if such rules exist. ISBN 9783525252918 Seneca/Epistulae, Stoiker, Seneca, mit Schutzumschlag neu, [PU:Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht,]

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[PU: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht], 125 S. gebunden Letters 94 and 95 of Senecas Epistulae Morales introduce and discuss a distinction between individual moral instructions or praecepta and the doctrines of Stoic moral philosophy or decreta. According to Seneca, some people reject the teaching of decreta, preferring non-doctrinal methods of moral instruction, while Aristo of Chios, the heterodox Stoic, rejects praecepta in favor of decreta alone. Seneca charts a middle course between these positions, defending praecepta (in 94) and decreta (in 95) against their respective opponents.Schafer argues against interpretations which see praecepta as 'rules' which a Stoic agent follows, in conjunction with decreta or 'principles' in moral deliberation. He shows both that the text does not answer to the concerns which an account of Stoic deliberation must address, and that Senecas praecepta could not be the rules which structure that deliberation, if such rules exist. ISBN 9783525252918, [SC: 2.30], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 550g]

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[ED: Buch], [PU: Vandenhoeck + Ruprecht Gm], Neuware - Letters 94 and 95 of Seneca's Epistulae Morales introduce and discuss a distinction between individual moral instructions or praecepta and the doctrines of Stoic moral philosophy or decreta. According to Seneca, some people reject the teaching of decreta, preferring non-doctrinal methods of moral instruction, while Aristo of Chios, the heterodox Stoic, rejects praecepta in favor of decreta alone. Seneca charts a middle course between these positions, defending praecepta (in 94) and decreta (in 95) against their respective opponents.Schafer argues against interpretations which see praecepta as 'rules' which a Stoic agent follows, in conjunction with decreta or 'principles' in moral deliberation. He shows both that the text does not answer to the concerns which an account of Stoic deliberation must address, and that Seneca's praecepta could not be the rules which structure that deliberation, if such rules exist. -, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 238x163x15 mm, [GW: 336g]

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Schafer interprets this important pair of Senecan letters, which have recently been used primarily as evidence for a critical debate in early Stoicism, as Seneca's clearest and longest exploration of the techniques of moral education. Schafer argues against attempts to see these letters as evidence for a Stoic theory of rule-following in moral deliberation. He instead contextualizes the letters within the Epistulae Morales as a whole, showing how they illuminate Seneca's interest in exploring the nature of education, friendship, and self-reform in the philosophical life. Ars Didactica: Seneca's 94th and 95th Letters Schafer, John, Vandehoeck & Ruprecht

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Ars Didactica: Seneca's 94th and 95th Letters (Hypomnemata)
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Schafer, John

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Ars Didactica: Seneca's 94th and 95th Letters (Hypomnemata)

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9783525252918

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783525252918
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3525252919
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: Vandenhoeck + Ruprecht Gm
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Gewicht: 0,336 kg
Sprache: ger/Deutsch

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