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Cristina Basili
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
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    After Socrates. Leo Strauss and the Esoteric Irony.Cristina Basili - 2020 - Anales Del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 37 (3):473-481.
    Throughout the philosophical tradition that stems from Plato, Socratic irony has represented an enigma that all interpreters of the Platonic dialogues have had to face from different points of view. In this article I aim to present the peculiar Straussian reading of Socratic irony. According to Leo Strauss, Socratic irony is a key element of Plato’s political philosophy, linked to the «logographic necessity» that rules his texts. I will therefore examine the genesis and the main features of Straussian hermeneutics. I (...)
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    The Limits of the City: Leo Strauss’s Hermeneutics and Plato’s Republic.Cristina Basili - 2020 - Comparative and Continental Philosophy 12 (3):197-210.
    ABSTRACT This paper focuses on Leo Strauss’s reading of the Republic. I argue that Strauss’s ironic interpretation of the dialogue must be understood in the context of a broader intellectual project which aims to criticize modern and contemporary political philosophy. Strauss’s understanding of Plato is strongly influenced by the hermeneutical principles he draws from his studies of medieval Jewish and Arab philosophy. Reading Plato through Alfarabi, Strauss pursues the idea of the conflict between philosophy and politics, which sheds light, also, (...)
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    Sylvie Weil: En casa de los Weil. André y Simone. Trad. de Alberto Sucasas, Madrid, Trotta, 2011, 156 páginas.Cristina Basili - 2012 - Astrolabio 13:481-482.
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    La memoria de los vencidos: Historia y justicia en el pensamiento de Simone Weil.Cristina Basili - 2017 - Revista de Filosofía 42 (1):41-57.
    La instauración de un vínculo entre historia y poder es uno de los aspectos más interesantes del pensamiento político de la filósofa francesa Simone Weil. Durante la primera mitad del siglo XX, Weil desarrolla unas reflexiones en torno al concepto de historia, desde la perspectiva de los vencidos, que aproximan su especulación a la de su contemporáneo Walter Benjamin. La comparación con Benjamin permite acercar el pensamiento weiliano a las recientes teorías de la justicia anamnética y, más en general, a (...)
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