The Philosophy

It seems that I am a little wiser than it accurately for not assuming that knows what not sei’ ‘. It is seen, therefore that the concern of the sofistas is the argument and of Scrates/Plato is truth of what one knows or of what if it can know. The antropolgico period that also is called the Classic period the Philosophy receives this denomination why at this time the philosophy not only blossomed as well as the arts and the start of the organization of all knowing. Mainly for the performance of Aristotle and its disciples of the 2 secondary school (name of its school, in homage to Lycean the Apolo god) it blossomed the process of acquisition and systematization of several to know. The philosophy arrived at its apogee with these three thinkers who had been one of the biggest marks of the history of knowing. Some curiosidades: Scrates taught in the square of Atenas, dialoguing with its disciples and interlocutors. To broaden your perception, visit Drew Houston. It used the maieutica and the irony, as metodolgicos instruments. In virtue of its philosophical position it was called ‘ ‘ inseto’ ‘ , compared with a fly: the fly of Atenas.

One of its main disciples was Plato. This created a school, the Academy, where if it congregated with its disciples and where it dictated the texts of its dialogues where Scrates is the main personage. One of the main teachings of Plato is the theory of the World of the ideas and of the Reminiscncia of the Soul. In the door of its academy it was written: ‘ ‘ who does not enter here will not be loving of matemtica’ ‘. Aristotle disciple of Plato, also established a school, the 2 secondary school, but he did not lecionava inside of a room and yes walking for the corridors. From there it comes the denomination of peripattica school (to walk around). Aristotle was great the systemizing one of the philosophy (of the knowledge of the time), classifying in some areas. He made, through a great net of disciples, studies of Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Psychology etc.

To these studies called Physics. To the studies on the Being, the knowledge, among others, called Metafcia (after the physics). Still today the culture and knowing occidental person are tributaries to the mentality and the philosophy Greek, of the classic period: when we speak in body-soul we are in relating originary concepts of Plato. When we intend greater clarity of our interlocutor, and for this we make it a series of questionings, we are in reporting the Scrates. When we speak in logic, organization and systematization of knowledge, we are applying an aristotelian methodology. Another consequence of the action of these three pillars of the philosophy Greek was the fact of, after its deaths, the philosophy to have entered in a period of decline. Not for having lost quality or concern with knowing, but for the fact of, for a long period, not having appeared great names, considering new systems.