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Самоотрицание, самопредикация, самореферентность в философии платона

By Vsevolod Ladov

Abstract

The phenomenon of self-reference combines self-refutation in the case of Plato’s critics of Protagoras in “Theaetetus” and self-predication in the case of a difficulty which Plato himself faces developing the theory of ideas in “Parmenides”. The author of the article asserts that self-predication does not produce a negative impact on Plato’s metaphysics and in no way destroys the integrality of Plato’s philosophy: It is logically correct as are both his criticism of Protagoras’ relativism and the theory of ideas

Topics: Philosophy
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:philpapers.org/rec/LAD-15
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