History of Philosophy without any gaps: podcast di storia della filosofia

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History of  Philosophy without any gaps è il portale che raccoglie podcast sulla storia della filosofia ad ampio raggio: è inclusa anche quella indiana e araba e in generale pensatori ritenuti “minori”.

Il portale è curato da Peter Adamson, docente di Filosofia presso Professor of Philosophy la  LMU di Monaco e il  King’s College di Londra.

“Basically it means that I cover minor figures as well as major ones, and try to tell a continuous story. I also take it to mean paying attention to material that is arguably not “philosophical,” but is at least of importance to the history of philosophy, such as natural science, theology and mysticism, as well as a fair amount of plain old historical context. On the blog I put up a series of “rules” for doing the history of philosophy, spelling out this methodology and its motivations at greater length. Two important consequences of the approach are that I am covering women in the history of philosophy as much as possible, and looking at non-Western cultures (apart from the aforementioned series on India, Islamic philosophy has already been dealt with in immense detail).”

 

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