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2018 | 1 | 243-252
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Logos, Justice, Pax Philosophica: Giovanni Pico and the Culture of Peace

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Aristotle’s concept of justice as an areté of logos is pinpointed in his main ideas. It serves as an introduction to the part of Pico’s philosophy. One of the main goals of his activity was to unify the ideas of Plato and Aristotle. The category of pax philosophica can be seen then as a test for the practical realisation of these ideas. Finally there are questions important for today’s man in the context of his present and future life. The most important, however, is the question of justice, which inevitably sends us to the question of logos as it is understood today.
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  • Institute of Philosophy, the Jagiellonian University, Grodzka 52, Cracow, Poland
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