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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.48.2014.tde-20102014-112015
Document
Author
Full name
Eduardo Pereira Batista
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Pagotto-Euzebio, Marcos Sidnei (President)
Bolzani Filho, Roberto
Silveira, Paulo Henrique Fernandes
Title in Portuguese
Platão sob o signo de Sócrates: um novo modelo de paideía
Keywords in Portuguese
Cidadania
Educação
Filosofia
Platão
Abstract in Portuguese
A atividade de Sócrates é fundamental para a invenção da filosofia platônica. Embora Sócrates nada tenha escrito, Platão compôs sua obra com base nesta figura que, em seus diálogos, era bem conhecida em Atenas por seu modo habitual de conversar com todos em locais públicos e privados. Na Apologia de Sócrates, Platão delimita esta atividade por meio da qual Sócrates, sob o desígnio do deus de Delfos, passa a examinar seus interlocutores em favor da cidade e da alma. Neste sentido, considerando a Apologia de Sócrates como uma introdução aos diálogos de Platão, nosso trabalho busca mostrar como a filosofia platônica constrói, ao mesmo tempo, um modelo de educação e cidadania, isto é, um modelo de paideía.
Title in English
Plato under the sign of Socrates: a new model of paideía
Keywords in English
Citizenship
Education
Philosophy
Plato
Abstract in English
Socrates activity is fundamental for the creation of Platonic philosophy. Although Socrates has not written anything, Plato has composed his work based on this character that, in his dialogues, was well-known in Athens for his habitual way of talking to everybody in public and private places. In Apology of Socrates, Plato delimits this activity through which Socrates, under the purposes of Delphic god, examines his interlocutors in the good of the city and the soul. In this regard, considering the Apology of Socrates as a introduction to Platos dialogues, our work intends to show how platonic philosophy sets up, at the same time, a model of education and citizenship, i.e., a model of paideía.
 
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Publishing Date
2014-11-17
 
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