Filosoofiast ja selle õpetamisest pärast Sokratest

  • Laura Viidebaum
Keywords: antiikfilosoofia, Sokratese retseptsioon, Isokrates, filosoofia õpetamine

Abstract

Sokratest on käsitatud losooa ajaloo pöördepunktina ja seda viisil, mis survestab teisi losoofe ja perioode endmõtestama seoses Sokratesega: nad tulid kas enne või pärast Sokratest. Sokratese mõjule losooa edasise arengu kontekstis lähenetakse tavapäraselt tema otsesete õpilaste ja järgijate teoste kaudu, mistõttu on igasugune uurimus sokraatilisest losooast alati mingis mõttes ka küsimus selle õpetamise konteksti kohta. Alljärgnevas arutelus lähen pisut teist teed ja uurin Sokratese kriitilist retseptsiooni ühe antiigi vastuoluliseima autori, Isokratese, tekstides. Väidan, et Isokratese teosed pakuvad meile põhimõtteliselt kriitilist keskustelu Sokratese ja tema kui õpetaja rolli üle Ateenas.

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Published
2020-12-15
How to Cite
Viidebaum, L. (2020). Filosoofiast ja selle õpetamisest pärast Sokratest. Studia Philosophica Estonica, 13, 97-118. Retrieved from https://ojs.utlib.ee/index.php/spe/article/view/18648