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The Sleep of Reason: Erotic Experience and Sexual Ethics in Ancient Greece and Rome
Sex is beyond reason, and yet we constantly reason about it. So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome. But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on eroticExpand
Ancient Philosophy of the Self
Approaches to Self and Person in Antiquity.- Graeco-Roman Varieties of Self.- The Ancient Self: Issues and Approaches.- Assumptions of Normativity: Two Ancient Approaches to Agency.- From Plato toExpand
Emotional Animals: Do Aristotelian Emotions Require Beliefs?
Etude du probleme de la possibilite pour les animaux de ressentir des emotions telles que la peur et la colere, dans le contexte de la theorie aristotelicienne des emotions, fondee sur le contenuExpand
The sleep of reason : erotic experience and sexual ethics in ancient Greece and Rome
Sex is beyond reason, and yet we constantly reason about it. So, too, did the peoples of ancient Greece and Rome. But until recently there has been little discussion of their views on eroticExpand
The Emotions in Hellenistic Philosophy
Introduction S. Knuuttila, J. Sihvola. How the Philosophical Analysis of the Emotions was Introduced T. Brennan. The Old Stoic Theory of Emotions J.M. Cooper. Posidonius on Emotions C. Gill. DidExpand
Sourcebook for the History of the Philosophy of Mind: Philosophical Psychology from Plato to Kant
Introduction.- I Soul as an entity.- 1. The soul and the mind in ancient philosophy (Juha Sihvola and Henrik Lagerlund).- 2. The soul and the mind in medieval and early modern theories (HenrikExpand
Preface: Music and Emotions under Cross-disciplinary Reflection
The emotions, whatever we think of their value, are crucially important for the understanding of human flourishing and the meaning of life. Some of us may think that it is just the emotions that makeExpand
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  • J. Sihvola
  • Medicine
  • Duodecim; laaketieteellinen aikakauskirja
  • 2006
The Autonomy of Religion in Ancient Philosophy
The real novelty of the Wittgensteinian view was not fideism in itself, which has been a rather commonly presented position in the philosophy of religion at least since the 16th century. It isExpand
National Interest and the Universal Good in Hegelian Political Philosophy in Finland
Is it always permissible for a state’s foreign policy to be exclusively determined by the national interest, so that we do not have any moral obligations in the sphere of foreign policies that couldExpand
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