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2011 | 23 | 245-270
Article title

LA RENCONTRE PHILOSOPHIQUE DANS LE JARDIN GREC

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Abstracts
EN
All philosophical problems appear in a specific situation and establish our relations to social and natural environment. Greek philosophy is usually associated to Agora, the place where the people gather together to exchange their views. I try to put it in a different context - out of the city and its institutions, and I tend to abandon the idea of polis as a 'universal pattern of being and thinking'. Yet to conceive properly Hellenistic philosophy we have focus on garden situated between bios et zoe, extra muros, where: 'the richness of nature is retained in a small enclosure'. The idea of delimitation of garden has to be rethought, considering its ontological and epistemological mobility, which refers to the notions of'... (revolutionary garden, Dasein, stay, lignes of escapes, hétérotopie, khora, not cultivated garden) - the milestones of postmodern philosophical reflection.
Year
Volume
23
Pages
245-270
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Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • dr Malgorzata Grygielewicz, EESI Ecole europeenne supérieur de l'image, Angouleme & Poitiers, France
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11PLAAAA109215
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.5c6607d1-8f66-3657-8b8d-6ce364b11e65
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