La nozione di ὀργή e di ἀοργησία in Aristotele e in Plutarco

Francesco Becchi

Abstract


Aristotle and the Peripatetic tradition did not confuse  with , as some later authors believed: Plutarch, on the contrary, was closer to Aristotelian doctrine when he condemned anger as πάθος ἄλογον and recommended ἀοργησία(which means absence of anger, not indifference).

Keywords


Aristotle; Plutarch; Greek philosophy; anger

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-18916



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