PDF Ancient and Medieval Concepts of Friendship author Suzanne Stern-Gillet


  • Hardcover
  • 344
  • Ancient and Medieval Concepts of Friendship
  • Suzanne Stern-Gillet
  • en
  • 20 December 2017
  • 9781438453651

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    Ancient concepts of friendship are my philosophical bread and butter so this fairly new pub Dec 2014 collection of scholarly articles on the subject was of special interest to me edited as it is by Suzanne Stern Gillett who penned one of the first monographs on the subject “Aristotle’s Philosophy of Friendship” in t

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Ancient and Medieval Concepts of Friendship

Ation to God and that ascribe a secondary status to human relationships The book concludes with two essays examining how this complex heritage was received during the Enlightenment looking in particular to Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Holderlin.

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Focusing on Plato and Aristotle the Stoics and Epicureans and early Christian and Medieval sources Ancient and Medieval Concepts of Friendship brings together assessments of different philosophical accounts of friendship This volume sketches t.

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He evolution of the concept from ancient ideals of friendship applying strictly to relationships between men of high social position to Christian concepts that treat friendship as applicable to all but are concerned chiefly with the soul's rel.