vendredi 30 avril 2021 14h-16h https://chaireesope.org/axe-i-activites/
(2019) Museum Helveticum 76(2): 208–226. On attribue au grammairien Aristarque plusieurs explications étymologiques portant sur des épithètes homériques arborées par
(2020) Rhizomata 8(1) 1–25 Okeanos is at once a mythological figure and a philosophical concept appearing in many ancient accounts
Since its first formulation in the 1980’s, the disjunctivist theory has slowly but steadily changed the way philosophers think about perception.
Of all the important contributions phenomenology has made to philosophy, it is perhaps the thematization of the role of the body in experience that is the most decisive one.
Discussion of Aphrodite’s epithet philommeidês/philommêdês in Hesiod Theogony 200. Hesiod’s aetiological account of this name suggests the meaning ‘wiles-loving’ as well as ‘genitals-loving’.