Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 53 (2):323 - 349 (1997)

Embora Aristóteles considere a fórmula ontológica de Parménides ὠς (ȍπως) ἒστƖνcomo primitiva e incomplete faz dela, todavia, o fundamento de todo o discurso verdadeiro e sensato. Interessado, sobretudo, em rever a teoria das Ideias de Platão, é bem provável, inclusive, que ele tenha encontrado na fórmula de Parménides, além de motivacao para o seu próprio empenho, o fundamento sintático-semântico do discurso ontológico, mais precisamente, dos modos ou categorias pelos quais podemos expressar-nos gramatical e fllosoflcamente. /// Aristotles' Treatment of Parmenides 1 Ontological Thesis. Aristotle considers Parmenides' thesis about being, expressed in the formula ὠς (ȍπως) ἒστƖν as primitive and incomplete, but he neverthelesses employs it as the foundation of true and sensible discourse. Concerned in revising Plato's theory of forms, he found in Parmenides' formula, not only a motivation for his own viewpoint, but indeed the basis for the semantico-syntactic structure of ontological discourse, of the categories and modes in terms of which we can express ourselves grammatically and philosophically.
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