Philosophy as the science of what is: Thales and Anaxagoras; philosophy as poetry: parmenides and the logic of being; philosophy as dialogue: Socrates.against writing; philosophy as analysis: Aristotle on well-being; representation and context in early modern philosophy; the order of discourse: from hermeneutic to structuralism; history and historiography in the enlightenment.
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