NOMOS AND PHUSIS IN DEMOCRITUS AND PLATO

@inproceedings{Taylor2007NOMOSAP,
  title={NOMOS AND PHUSIS IN DEMOCRITUS AND PLATO},
  author={Chris W. Taylor},
  year={2007}
}
In the fifth and fourth centuries b.c., one of the questions central to Greek thought was that of the relation between how things are in reality, independent of human thought, and how they are represented by human thoughts and practices. That is the most general characterization of a contrast which took different forms in different areas of thought.1 One of the most fundamental applications of the contrast was the question of whether our ordinary beliefs represent things as they really are… CONTINUE READING