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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2012.tde-25062012-142857
Document
Author
Full name
Silvia Maria Marinho Galvao Anderson
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Correa, Paula da Cunha (President)
Augusto, Maria das Graças de Moraes
Santos, Marcos Martinho dos
Title in Portuguese
A Ode a Escopas no Protágoras de Platão. Discursos sobre a Arete
Keywords in Portuguese
areté
discurso
Platão
Protágoras
Simônides
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa tem por finalidade o estudo da Ode a Escopas de Simônides no Protágoras de Platão. Ao longo do diálogo a distinção entre o discurso sofístico e filosófico é destacada por Sócrates. Seções dialéticas, cujo objeto de estudo é a areté, são intercaladas com seções retóricas, nas quais a areté política é abordada. Enquanto nas primeiras há a investigação da excelência humana, nas seções sofísticas, a investigação recai sobre o nómos cívico. O poema de Simônides louva o homem são, que age de acordo com o nómos, em oposição ao homem moralmente irrepreensível. Por meio da análise que Sócrates faz do poema, o discurso poético é equiparado ao retórico. Conclui-se que o discurso dialético é o único método por meio do qual é possível chegar à verdadeira areté.
Title in English
Ode to Scopas in Plato's Protagoras: discourses about areté
Keywords in English
areté
discourse
Plato
Protagoras
Simonides
Abstract in English
The present research has the aim of studying Simonides Ode to Scopas in Platos Protagoras. Throughout the dialogue the difference between sophistic and philosophic discourse is highlighted by Socrates. Dialectic sections which study the areté, are intermingled with rhetorical sections in which political areté is approached. While in the former, human excellence is examined, in the sophistic sections the investigation is upon civic nómos. Simonides poem praises the healthy man that acts according to the nómos, as opposed to the morally irreprehensible man. Through Socrates analysis of the poem, poetic discourse is compared to the rhetorical one. It can be concluded that dialectic discourse is the only method through which it is possible to reach the truth of areté.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-06-25
 
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