L’analisi della filosofia platonica del piacere

Gennaro Grieco


Plato – neatly diverging from Aristippus – does not believe that pleasure is good per se, even less that it may be the purpose of human life. But it is undoubtedly good when the synergy of pleasure and intellect drives us towards virtue.


Plato; Aristippus; Greek philosophy; Greek ethics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-19829

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