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  1. Gorgias y el logos como pharmakon.César Arturo Velázquez Becerril - 2023 - Eikasia Revista de Filosofía 113:197-233.
    El artículo se propone indagar en la concepción de la «realidad» que tiene la sofística, como referente fundamental para entender mejor su propuesta crítica ante el avance que en esa época está teniendo la «filosofía dogmática» de tipo metafísica. En particular centrando el análisis en la invectiva que al respecto realiza Gorgias de Leontinos en los fragmentos conservados de dos de sus obras fundamentales: el tratado De lo que no es o de la naturaleza y el discurso Encomio de Helena. (...)
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  2. Gorgias and Plato’s Sophist.Erminia Di Iulio - 2023 - Rhizomata 11 (2):208-226.
    My aim is to investigate the link between Plato’s Sophist and Gorgias’s treatise On What Is Not. This relationship is worth examining because Gorgias’s treatise constitutes an essential, but insufficiently studied stage in the intellectual journey leading from Parmenides to the Sophist. My claims are that 1) Plato’s agenda in the Sophist perfectly meets the challenges Gorgias raises in the first thesis of his treatise, that 2) this becomes clear once we focus on Gorgias’s and Plato’s respective use of the (...)
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  3. Gorgias de Leontini: Elogio de Helena, Autodefensa de Palamedes, Sobre lo que-no-es.Javier Echenique - 2023 - Santiago de CHile: Ediciones Tácitas.
    Traducción al español y edición del griego de los textos del orador y filósofo presocrático Gorgias de Leontini.
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  4. Nihilist arguments in Gorgias and Nāgārjuna.Ugo Zilioli - 2023 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 31 (6):1085-1104.
    This paper deals with an important strand of nihilistic arguments to be found in the works of two philosophers who have so far never been studied comparatively: the sophist Gorgias and the Buddhist monk Nāgārjuna. After having reconstructed Gorgias' moves in the first section of On What is Not (Sections 1-4), the paper shows how the nihilist arguments Gorgias uses mostly feature, under a new light, in the philosophy of emptiness developed by Nāgārjuna (Sections 5-8). The paper ends with a (...)
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  5. Wisdom in Gorgias’ Encomium of Helen.Sergio Ariza - 2022 - Elenchos: Rivista di Studi Sul Pensiero Antico 43 (2):229-248.
    This paper argues that the Encomium of Helen must be seen as a speech about the value and importance of wisdom in human life and not as much as one as about logos. Gorgias sustains his vision based on a certain intellectualism which reduces moral faults to intellectual errors. This intellectualist program comprises a rationalization of emotions and a commitment with a certain tradition that discriminates between a minority with knowledge and a majority with only opinion. The consequence for Helen (...)
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  6. Gorgias on Speech and the Soul.R. J. Barnes - 2022 - In S. Montgomery Ewegen & Coleen P. Zoller (eds.), Gorgias/Gorgias: The Sicilian Orator and the Platonic Dialogue. Parnassos Press. pp. 87-106.
    In his Encomium of Helen and On Not Being, Gorgias of Leontinoi discusses the nature and function of speech more extensively than any other surviving author before Plato. His discussions are not only surprising in the way they characterize the power of logos and its effects on a listener but also in how the two descriptions of speech seem to contradict one another. In the Helen, Gorgias claims that logos is a very powerful entity, capable of affecting a listener in (...)
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  7. Gorgias's thought: an epistemological reading.Erminia Di Iulio - 2022 - New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
    Gorgias's Thought: An Epistemological Reading is the first monograph published in English entirely devoted to Gorgias's epistemological thought and provides a new perspective on Gorgias's thought more broadly. The book aims to undermine the common idea that Gorgias is either an orator uncommitted to any conception of truth, or a thinker whose interest is confined to the philosophy of language. It considers his major texts - On what is not or on nature, the Apology of Palamedes and the Encomium of (...)
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  8. Gorgias/Gorgias: The Sicilian Orator and the Platonic Dialogue.S. Montgomery Ewegen & Coleen P. Zoller (eds.) - 2022 - Parnassos Press.
  9. Alētheia in Gorgias of Leontini. An Excerpt from the History of Truth.Lars Leeten - 2022 - Peitho 1 (13):45–64.
    It is often assumed that the concept of 'alētheia', or ‘truth’, in Gorgias of Leontini belongs to the art of rhetoric. Along these lines, it is usually understood as an aesthetic concept or even a mere ‘adornment’ of speech. In this paper, it is argued, by contrast, that Gorgianic alētheia is a definable criterion of speech figuring in the practice of moral educa­tion. While the ‘truth’ of a logos indeed has to be assessed on aesthetic grounds, the underlying concept of (...)
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  10. In Praise of Gorgias.Keren Wilson Shatalov - 2022 - Illinois Classical Studies 47 (2):293-314.
    In this essay I use Socrates’s aside to Callicles at Gorgias 481c5-482b1 to argue that love is essential to philosophy on Plato’s conception. On my reading, Plato uses the drama of the dialogue to critique the discussion therein, against a standard for philosophy which is implicit in Socrates’s remarks. Plato suggests that Socrates’s exchange with Gorgias is the best of the three, since it best realizes the inseparable goals of pursuing truth and becoming more persuadable by reason. What makes it (...)
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  11. A soberania do discurso em Górgias: persuasão e engano.César de Alencar & Vinícius Brito Barros - 2021 - Griot : Revista de Filosofia 21 (3):248-257.
    Lógos é termo grego central para a construção do movimento sofístico. Górgias de Leontinos, um dos principais representantes da primeira geração desse movimento, propôs-se a refletir, em Elogio de Helena, sobre o discurso como um grande e soberano senhor, capaz de ao mesmo tempo produzir persuasão em Helena e denunciar esse poder persuasivo. Na primeira parte deste estudo, pretendemos situar o lógos como fabricador de vivências em seu ouvinte, o que sugere a compreensão do poder persuasivo. Na segunda parte, a (...)
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  12. What is Gorgias’ ‘not being’? A brief journey through the Treatise, the Apology of Palamedes and the Encomium of Helen.Erminia Di Iulio - 2021 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 31.
    Assuming that a nihilist reading of Gorgias’ thought is to be ruled out, the issue of ‘not being’ remains one of the thorniest in his philosophy; indeed, it is fair to conclude that Gorgias is deeply concerned with ‘not being’. But what, after all, is Gorgias’ ‘not being’? This paper aims to answer this crucial question, by taking into consideration Gorgias’ main texts. Each of them provides a serious – although not always explicit – account of ‘not being’. Overall, the (...)
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  13. The Compulsion of Bodies: Infection and Possession in Gorgias' Helen.Ryan Drake - 2021 - Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 25 (2):249-268.
    This essay seeks to understand Gorgias’ reflections upon language and perception in the Encomium of Helen through the threefold vocabularies of medicine, enchantment, and oratory that were often taken together in the fifth century. I demonstrate that the two modes of sorcery to which Gorgias refers have to do with language and its effect on opinion, on the one hand, and perception and its effect upon one’s affective bearing, on the other. Both effects, I claim, are grasped through their forceful (...)
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  14. Il fascino del Logos. Gorgia e il problema del Linguaggio.Carolina Ferraro - 2021 - Archiwum Historii Filozofii I Myśli Społecznej 65:157-187.
    Gorgias certainly is a triumph in linguistic rhetoric: he portraits the ambiguous relationship between human beings and the knowledge of reality. Following his works, the Logos does not produce any objective or absolute, but obscure knowledge. The Logos is not characterized by truth, but rather by the ability to persuade and deceive others, to convince others using the art of rhetoric. This fact composes the core of the metalinguistic attitude, which characterizes Gorgias’ texts. Since the Logos in Gorgias does not (...)
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  15. Peri tou (mē) ontos. Melissus and Gorgias at the ontological crossroad.Stefania Giombini & Massimo Pulpito - 2021 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 31.
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  16. Between Eleatics and Atomists: Gorgias’ Argument against Motion.Roberta Ioli - 2021 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 31.
    The aim of my paper is to investigate Gorgias’ argument against motion, which is found in his Peri tou mē ontos and preserved only in MXG 980a1˗8. I tried to shed new light both on this specific reflection and on the reliability of Pseudo-Aristotle’s version. By exploring the so called “change argument” and the “argument from divisibility", I focused on the particular strategy used by the Sophist in his synthetikē apodeixis, which should be investigated in relation to the dispute between (...)
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  17. Gorgias and the Weakness of Logos.Wolfgang-Rainer Mann - 2021 - In Joseph Andrew Bjelde, David Merry & Christopher Roser (eds.), Essays on Argumentation in Antiquity. Cham: Springer. pp. 49-67.
    After briefly considering Plato’s objections to rhetoric—it disregards the truth, aiming only to persuade, and it manipulates our emotions rather than instructing us—I turn to the historical Gorgias. The ‘Encomium of Helen’ ascribes to logos virtually all-powerful capacities for persuasion, seduction, and even bewitchment. Here Gorgias celebrates the very things Plato rejects. Yet in the ‘Defense of Palamedes’ considerable anxieties about whether logos actually does possess such strength are voiced: the weakness, not the power, of logos comes to occupy center (...)
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  18. El paradigma de la sensibilidad y la fragmentación en el PTMO de Gorgias.Pilar Spangeberg - 2021 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 31.
    El artículo pretende mostrar la importancia que reviste el tratamiento ofrecido por Gorgias en torno a la sensación y su relación con el pensamiento y el lenguaje en los dos resúmenes conservados del Peri tou me ontos. Sostengo queallí se postula una fragmentación radical del hombre como polo unificado de la sensación, así como también del objeto en una multiplicidad de aristas que no encuentran momento sintético alguno. El paradigma de la sensibilidad fragmentada es el fundamento central, incuestionado en el (...)
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  19. Gorgias' Revising of Ancient Epistemology: on Non-Being by Gorgias and its Paraphrases.Marina Volf - 2021 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 31.
    The philosophical nature of the two versions of paraphrasing the Gorgias’ treatise On Non-Being — the skeptical version by Sextus Empiricus and the peripatetic version by an anonymous author — are discussed. The paper gives a comparative analysis of the arguments upheld by the informants enunciating Gorgias’ thoughts, demonstrates the range of philosophical problems, which Gorgias considered, judging by the reports of his speech, and shows how both versions add to and clarify each other in terms of philosophical issues. The (...)
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  20. María C. Davolio y Graciela E. Marcos trad., Graciela E. Marcos introducción y notas, Gorgias. Encomio de Helena. [REVIEW]Lucas M. Álvarez - 2020 - Argos 1 (38):88-89.
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  21. Gorgias’ Περὶ τοῦ μὴ ὄντος and Its Relation to Skepticism.Richard Bett - 2020 - International Journal for the Study of Skepticism 10 (3-4):187-208.
    The paper examines whether Gorgias’ On What Is Not should be considered an instance of skepticism. It begins with an analysis of the work as reported by the two sources, Sextus Empiricus and the anonymous author of On Melissus, Xenophanes and Gorgias. It is then argued that the Pyrrhonian skeptics did not regard On What Is Not as skeptical. Nonetheless, it is possible to read the work as offering counter-arguments to Parmenides, with a view to inducing suspension of judgment in (...)
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  22. Gorgias' (Meta)Ethics.Kurt W. Lampe - 2020 - In David Wolfsdorf (ed.), Early Greek Ethics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    This chapter focuses on Gorgias' suriviving works: esp. Palamedes, but also On Nature, Helen, and the Funeral Oration. While I'm at pains to bring out the diversity of interpretive traditions currently co-existing, I aim to offer a substantially new reading of what these works offer our reflection on the nature of ethical truth.
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  23. The Logos of Ethics in Gorgias' Palamedes, On Nature, and Helen.Kurt W. Lampe - 2020 - In David Wolfsdorf (ed.), Early Greek Ethics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    This chapter focuses on Gorgias' suriviving works: esp. Palamedes, but also On Nature, Helen, and the Funeral Oration. While I'm at pains to bring out the diversity of interpretive traditions currently co-existing, I aim to offer a substantially new reading of what these works offer our reflection on the nature of ethical truth.
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  24. O corpo como evidência da alma no Górgias de Platão.Maria Aparecida De Paiva Montenegro & Pedro Henrique Araújo Santiago - 2020 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 30:e03010.
    Pretendemos mostrar que, no Górgias, diálogo dedicado à crítica da retórica, as frequentes alusões de Sócrates à compleição do corpo, bem como o uso recorrente de metáforas corpóreas para referir-se ao que, por analogia, passa-se com a alma servem de ferramenta retórica para fazer frente à retórica de Górgias. Desse modo, ao mesmo tempo em que chamamos atenção para a maneira como Platão se vale das armas do adversário justamente para atacá-lo, ressaltamos o papel imprescindível do corpo como evidência da (...)
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  25. Gorgias’ ›Lobrede Auf Helena‹: Literaturgeschichtliche Untersuchungen Und Kommentar.Jonas Schollmeyer - 2020 - De Gruyter.
    Gorgias’ Lobrede auf Helena gehört zu den wichtigsten Texten der Sophistik. Im Zentrum der Helena steht der Grundsatz, dass die Rede ein „großer Herrscher" ist und dass stets derjenige im Rededuell – in der Volksversammlung, vor Gericht oder in privaten Auseinandersetzungen – den Sieg davonträgt, der sich auf die Redekunst versteht, unabhängig davon, ob die Rede wahr ist oder nicht. Für diese Schrift wird hier der erste umfassende Kommentar vorgelegt, der die philologischen, literaturwissenschaftlichen, philosophischen und historischen Fragestellungen, die in der (...)
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  26. Mélissos, Gorgias et Platon dans la première hypothèse du Parménide.Mathilde Brémond - 2019 - Revue de Philosophie Ancienne 1:61-99.
    Cet article examine l’influence sur la première hypothèse du Parménide de deux penseurs dont l’importance a été négligée par les critiques : Mélissos et Gorgias. Après avoir observé que les prédicats attribués à l’un ainsi que la forme démonstrative sont plus représentatifs de l’éléatisme de Mélissos que de celui de Parménide, nous expliquons ce constat par le fait que Platon reprenne une partie du Traité du Non-être de Gorgias qui vise elle-même essentiellement Mélissos. Nous démontrons alors que la première hypothèse, (...)
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  27. La forza del logos: Gorgia a 2500 anni dalla nascita.Loredana Cardullo & Francesco Coniglione (eds.) - 2019 - Acireale: Bonanno editore.
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  28. Untying the Gorgianic ‘Not’: Argumentative Structure in On Not-Being.Evan Rodriguez - 2019 - Classical Quarterly 69 (1):87-106.
    Gorgias’ On Not-Being survives only in two divergent summaries. Diels–Kranz's classic edition prints the better-preserved version that appears in Sextus’ Aduersus Mathematicos. Yet, in recent years there has been rising interest in a second summary that survives as part of the anonymous De Melisso, Xenophane, Gorgia. The text of MXG is more difficult; it contains substantial lacunae that often make it much harder to make grammatical let alone philosophical sense of. As Alexander Mourelatos reports, one manuscript has a scribal note (...)
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  29. Gorgias’ Argument does not Include Actual Conditionals.Miguel López - Astorga - 2018 - Problemos 93.
    It can be thought that Gorgias’ argument on the non-existence consists of three sentences, the first one being an asseveration and the other two being conditionals. However, this paper is intended to show that there is no conditional in the argument, and that the second and third sentences only appear to be so. To do that, a methodology drawn from the framework of the mental models theory is used, which seems to lead to the true logical forms of these last (...)
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  30. Gorgias and Isocrates’ Grave.Marco Gemin - 2018 - Peitho 9 (1):31-35.
    Gorgias, the teacher of Isocrates, is rarely mentioned in Isocrates’ works and never in a flattering way. He is also presented, among other masters and poets, on Isocrates’ grave in a way that appears to be consistent with his pupil’s thought. Thus, the author of the iconographic plan of the grave may have been either Isocrates himself or someone who suffi­ciently knew his works and properly understood his tempestuous rela­tionship with his master.
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  31. Stéphane Marchand, Pierre Ponchon, Gorgias de Platon suivi de Éloge d’Hélène de Gorgias, traduction, introduction et notes. [REVIEW]Julie Tramonte - 2018 - Philosophie Antique 18:286-288.
    Le catalogue des Belles Lettres s’est enrichi en 2016 d’une nouvelle traduction de deux œuvres parmi les plus importantes de la philosophie et de la rhétorique, le Gorgias de Platon et l’Éloge d’Hélène de Gorgias, réunies dans un volume unique, accessible, dense, et riche d’un notable travail de synthèse. Cette traduction en langue française rejoint donc celles d’É. Chambry (1912), d’A. Croiset (1923), de L. Robin (1940) et de M. Canto (1987) pour le Gorgias, et celles de J.-L. Poirier (1988)...
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  32. Truth and falsehood for non-representationalists: Gorgias on the normativity of language.Juan Pablo Bermúdez - 2017 - Journal of Ancient Philosophy 11 (2):1-21.
    Sophists and rhetoricians like Gorgias are often accused of disregarding truth and rationality: their speeches seem to aim only at effective persuasion, and be constrained by nothing but persuasiveness itself. In his extant texts Gorgias claims that language does not represent external objects or communicate internal states, but merely generates behavioural responses in people. It has been argued that this perspective erodes the possibility of rationally assessing speeches by making persuasiveness the only norm, and persuasive power the only virtue, of (...)
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  33. Les stratégies de persuasion dans l’ Éloge d’Hélène de Gorgias.Léna Bourgeois - 2017 - Revue de Philosophie Ancienne 1:15-50.
    Il s’agit de montrer que Gorgias avait conçu une opposition structurelle entre une persuasion bonne et une persuasion mauvaise et trompeuse. Il a souvent paru difficile de concilier sa prétention à dire la vérité au sujet d’Hélène et sa description, au sein du même texte, du discours comme indissociable d’une persuasion explicitement dite trompeuse. L’ Éloge d’Hélène serait-il lui-même trompeur, sa vérité ne serait-elle en réalité qu’une δόξα parmi d’autres, puisque le discours faillirait à dire ce qui est? Au contraire, (...)
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  34. Protagora e Gorgia: maestri di virtù?Francesca Eustacchi - 2017 - Educação E Filosofia 31 (62):1159-1190.
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  35. Gorgias de Leontinos. De lo que no es o de la naturaleza: los testimonios. Edición bilingüe. Traducción, introducción y notas de Luis Andrés Bredlow. Primera edición. Madrid. Editorial Anthropos, 2016. (ISBN: 978-84-16421-43-5). [REVIEW]José Alejandro Fernández Cuesta - 2017 - Anales Del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 34 (2):524-525.
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  36. Nota de pesquisa: Górgias de Leontinos: Filósofo, retor, político e sua retórica do kosmos social.Marcus Resende - 2017 - Prometeus: Filosofia em Revista 10 (23).
    O Objetivo da pesquisa que suscita este artigo é identificar a função primordial da retórica de Górgias. O princípio gerador do tema deu-se na busca do entendimento do que seja a persuasão gorgiana, em um trabalho de interpretação do seu texto O Elogio de Helena, sob a supervisão de meu orientador Aldo Dinucci. Durante as leituras deparei-me com a seguinte hipótese: a retórica de Górgias é diferente da retórica de Protágoras e dos demais sofistas? O interesse por essa hipótese justifica-se (...)
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  37. Trilemmas: Gorgias’ PTMO Between Zeno and Melissus.Livio Rossetti - 2017 - Peitho 8 (1):155-172.
    The present paper makes the following points. The summary given in Sextus Emp. Math. VII is of much greater value than usually acknowledged, since it preserves several key elements of Gorgias’ communicational strategy. A sketchy trilemma is available in the opening sentence of Philolaos as well as in a passage of Plato’s Parmenides. This is evidence in favor of the hypothesis that the very first known trilemma was devised by Gorgias and not by Sextus himself or Aenesidemus. Not unlike Zeno, (...)
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  38. Persuasion and Truth in Gorgias’ Rhetoric: A Feature of the Sophistic Reception of Parmenidean Logos Tradition. 강철웅 - 2017 - Journal of the Society of Philosophical Studies 116:251-281.
    연구자들이 제대로 주목하지 못한 파르메니데스적 ‘로고스’ 전통은 존재-인식-담론이라는 삼원적 구조로 이루어진다. 그는 전통적 이해가 강조하듯 존재론자일 뿐만 아니라, 수정주의적 이해가 강조하기 시작한 것처럼 인식론자이기도 하며, 동시에 두 기존 이해가 담아내지 못한 담론론자의 면모 또한 갖고 있다. 파르메니데스의 이런 역동적, 통합적 면모를 온전히 포착하는 제3의 이해에 도달하려면, 서시-진리편-의견편이라는 세 담론 부분의 유기적 구성에, 특히 서시와 메타 담론의 의의에 면밀히 주목해야 한다. 엘레아적 담론 전통 내에서 이런 파르메니데스 담론의 진면모를 분명히 파악하고 발전시킨 사람은 통상의 기대대로 2세대 엘레아주의자들이 아니라 오히려 그 반대편 자리에 (...)
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  39. Defense of Palamedes: Gorgias.Gabrielle Cavalcante - 2016 - Archai: Revista de Estudos Sobre as Origens Do Pensamento Ocidental 17:201-218.
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  40. On the Threshold of Rhetoric.Jonathan Pratt - 2015 - Classical Antiquity 34 (1):163-182.
    The Helen of Gorgias is designed to provoke the aspiring speaker to consider his relationship with society as a whole. The speech's extreme claims regarding the power of logos reflect simplistic ideas about speaker-audience relations current among Gorgias' target audience, ideas reflected in an interpretive stance towards model speeches that privileges method over truth. The Helen pretends to encourage this conception of logos and interpretive stance in order to expose the intense desire and naïve credulity that drive a coolly technical (...)
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  41. Die Praxis der wahren Rede nach Gorgias. Zur Rekonstruktion des sophistischen Ethos.Lars Leeten - 2014 - Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie 39 (2):109-132.
    The article argues that the doctrine of Gorgias of Leontinoi, as expressed in his "Encomion of Helen", is not a rhetorical technique but a practice of moral education. The medium of this "ethical speech practice" is perceptual forms, its basic mode being the practice of showing or epideictic speech. The crucial standard of this practice is "epideictic rightness", which is identical to Gorgias’ conception of "truth.". According to this conception, speech is true if it exemplifies morally right conduct and moral (...)
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  42. Mowa Gorgiasza w Platońskim dialogu „Gorgiasz” (456A1-457C3) (Gorgias' speech in Plato's dialogue "Gorgias" (456A1-457C3)).Zbigniew Nerczuk - 2014 - Studia Antyczne I Mediewistyczne 2014 12 (2014):3-12.
    This is the translation and interpretation of the Gorgias' speech from Plato's dialogue Gorgias (456A1-457C3). In the commentary it is argued that the Gorgias' speech in the dialogue is based on the philosophical and rhetorical motives which can be found both in Gorgias' epideictic speeches ("Helen" and "Palamedes") and doxographical accounts.
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  43. Трактат О не-сущем, или О природе Горгия в De Melisso Xenophane Gorgia, V–VI: Условно-формальная структура и перевод.Marina Wolf - 2014 - Schole 8 (2):198-216.
    The Pseudo-Aristotelian De Melisso Xenophane Gorgia, along with the well-known evidence of Sextus Empiricus, interests scholars as a major evidence about Gorgias’s treatise “On Not-Being or On Nature”. The paper offers the first Russian translation of the section of the De Melisso Xenophane Gorgia, V–VI, which concerns Gorgias; and analyses the sources and the formal structure of the argument in the treatise.
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  44. La rhétorique au cœur de l’examen réfutatif socratique : le jeu des émotions dans le Gorgias.Catherine Collobert - 2013 - Phronesis 58 (2):107-138.
    This paper attempts to demonstrate that the Socratic critique of Gorgias’ rhetoric is not merely destructive, but actually constructive and leads to the consideration of an important rhetorical component in Socratic cross-examination, as practised in the Gorgias. I argue that the Socratic critique of rhetoric is based on the moral neutrality of Sophistic rhetoric, defining it first as a tool, then as an art of manipulation, which might lead to immoralism, as embodied by Callicles. Yet there is a positive manipulation (...)
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  45. Testimonianze e frammenti. Gorgias & Roberta Ioli - 2013 - Roma: Carocci. Edited by Roberta Ioli & Gorgias.
    Dalla vertigine dialettica del trattato "Su ciò che non è" alle provocatorie orazioni incentrate sulle figure mitiche di Elena e Palamede, il filosofo e retore Gorgia trasforma la potenza persuasiva del linguaggio in una vera e propria azione terapeutica: l'anima va curata con la pratica dell'armonia, con uno stile rigorosamente strutturato e, insieme, smascherando false verità e vuote ontologie. La parola, perduta l'unicità definitoria e la corrispondenza all'essenza delle cose, non può che rinunciare alla propria pretesa veritativa. In questo vuoto (...)
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  46. Physicians of the Body Versus Therapists of the Word: Reflections On Medicine and Sophistry.Roberta Ioli - 2013 - Peitho 4 (1):189-210.
    The aim of the present paper is to investigate the connection between ancient medicine and sophistry at the end of 5th century B.C. Beginning with analyses of some passages from the De vetere medicina, De natura hominis and De arte, the article identifies many similarities between these treatises, on the one hand, and the sophistic doctrines, on the other: these concern primarily perceptual/intellectual knowledge and the interaction between reality, knowledge and language. Among the Sophists, Gorgias was particularly followed and imitated, (...)
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  47. Amusing Gorgias: Why Does the Encomium of Helen End as it Does?Stephen Makin - 2013 - Ancient Philosophy 33 (2):291-305.
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  48. Gorgiasz z Leontinoi, "Obrona Palamedesa" (Gorgias' "Palamedes").Zbigniew Nerczuk - 2013 - Studia Antyczne I Mediewistyczne 11:3-22.
    This is the introduction and the translation with a vast commentary in the footnotes of Gorgias' "Palamedes".
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  49. On Gorgias’ Particular Demonstration.Marian Wesoły - 2013 - Peitho 4 (1):159-188.
    The label idios apodeixis/logos «particular demonstration or argument» of Gorgias is known to us only from the third section of the little work attributed to Aristotle under the title De Melisso, Xenophane, Gorgia. Its authenticity seems to be unjustly questioned. We try to show that from the Aristotelian perspective we can properly understand the context of Gorgias’ own argument from his lost treatise On Not-Being or On Nature. Parmenides – using implicitly the polysemy of the verb ἔστιν/εἶναι – presented a (...)
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  50. The Cyrenaics and Gorgias on Language. Sextus, Math. 7. 196-198.Ugo Zilioli - 2013 - Akademia Verlag.
    In this paper I offer a reconstruction of the account of meaning and language the Cyrenaics appear to have defended on the basis of a famous passage of Sextus, as well as showing the philosophical parentage of that account.
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