Selbstbewusstsein in der Spätantike

Selbstbewusstsein in der Spätantike

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The three ancient commentaries on Aristotle's On the Soul (De anima) are interesting because the commentators, as neo-Platonists, understand the soul completely differently than Aristotle. For them, the soul is the inseperable life principle of the body, a spiritual entity. In response to this challenge, the commentator Priscian (ca. 530 AD) develops the most detailed antique theory of human self-consciousness, which is reconstructed here for the first time.The three ancient commentaries on Aristotlea#39;s On the Soul (De anima) are interesting because the commentators, as neo-Platonists, understand the soul completely differently than Aristotle.


Title:Selbstbewusstsein in der Spätantike
Author: Matthias Perkams
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2008-12-10
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