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“Limitless” and “Limit” in Xenophanes’ Cosmology and in His Doctrine of Epistemic “Construction” (dokos) Alexander P. D. Mourelatos According to both the ancient tradition and many (perhaps the majority) of modern inter- preters, Xenophanes B34 represents a statement of some form of skepticism. Let

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
We are glad to present the nineteenth volume of this journal. Its unitary thematic focus concerns a fruitful discussion of a variety of approaches in Ancient Epistemology. This volume of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy presents in total eleven articles on the theme of Ancient Epistemology, ranging from the presocratic philosopher Xenophanes to Plotinus and Sextus Empiricus, both by established colleagues and by younger scholars at the beginning of their career. Many interpretations are new or feature new ideas or new applications of ideas. We are confident that they will stimulate the readers to develop their understanding of ancient epistemology in response to them. The Authors: Matthew Duncombe, Alexander P. D. Mourelatos, Patricia Curd, Lucas Angioni, Ada Bronowski, Lee Franklin, Audrey Anton, David Bronstein, Anna Tigani, Andrew Payne, Eleni Perdikouri, Petter Sandstad, Jared Smith and Ádám Tamás Tuboly.

"Limitless" and "Limit" in Xenophanes' Cosmology and in His Doctrine of Epistemic "Construction" (dokos) Alexander P. D. Mourelatos According to both the ancient tradition and many (perhaps the majority) of modem inter- preters, Xenophanes B34 represents a statement of some form of skepticism

In: Ancient Epistemology

- nung zu erleichtern. Thales von Milet 625–547 Anaximander von Milet 610–545 Anaximenes von Milet 585–525 Pythagoras aus Samos 571–495 Xenophanes von Kolophon 570–470 Heraklit aus Ephesus 540–480 Parmenides aus Elea 515–445 Anaxagoras aus Klazomenai 498–428 Empedokles aus Agrigent 492–435 Zenon aus Elea

In: Die Anfänge der Philosophie

Epistemology, ranging from the presocratic philosopher Xenophanes to Plotinus and Sextus Empiricus, both by established colleagues and by younger scholars at the beginning of their career. Alexander Mourelatos and Patricia Curd present here novel interpretations on knowledge in the presocratic philosophers

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

Ancient Epistemology, ranging from the presocratic philosopher Xenophanes to Plotinus and Sextus Empiricus, both by established colleagues and by younger scholars at the beginning of their career. Alexander Mourelatos and Patricia Curd present here novel interpretations on know ledge in the

In: Ancient Epistemology

4 Parmenides und die Eleaten 4.1 Xenophanes Xenophanes (ca. 570–470 v. Chr.), ein Zeitgenosse von Pythagoras, stammte aus dem ionischen Kolophon. Als die Stadt 546 unter die Herrschaft der Meder fiel, verließ er sie. Wie er selbst sagt, ist er seit seinem 25. Jahr 67 Jahre lang durch Griechenland

In: Die Anfänge der Philosophie

Shoemaker, S. 112 Snell, B. 14 Sokrates 70, 11 0 Stuhlmann-Laeisz, R. 133 TauIer, J. 93 Tennyson, A. 67f. Thomas von Aquin 92 Williams, B. 84, 120 Wittgenstein, L. 106 Xenophanes 74, 111ff. Zenon von EIea 107 ZermeIo, E. 40. Personen

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 4 Parmenides und die Eleaten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 4.1 Xenophanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 4.2 Parmenides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 4.3 Melissos

In: Die Anfänge der Philosophie

): Werke in 20 Bänden, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a.M. 1969-71 Heitsch, E. (1983): Xenophanes, München Hillebrandt, A. (2003): Upanishaden, Neudruck München Hoffman, D. (2000): Visuelle Intelligenz, a.d. Engl., Stungart Hofmann, G. (1961): Johannes Tauler, Predigten, Freiburg i.B. James, W. (1902): 1

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