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domingo 17 de outubro de 2021

gr. σπουδαῖος, spoudaios = sábio, diligente, empenhado, esforçado; em oposição na Enéada II,9  ,9 aos "numerosos"[hoi polloi], o quais em lugar de se elevar aos picos, permanecem "mais humanos" [anthropikoteroi], destinados a produzir por seu trabalho o que é necessário à vida dos "mais convenientes" [epiekesteroi]. (Gandillac  )


Pour les stoïciens, le spoudaîos est le sage, celui qui a réussi à mettre en œuvre le détachement à l’égard des passions (apátheia), voir aussi le traité 19   (1, 2). Plotino - Tratado 16,1 (I, 9, 1) — Sobre o suicí­dio razoável
This double meaning of having [echein] is to be kept in view, and the latter is meant when the discussion is, in this case, one of ὑπάρχειν τέλος σπουδαῖον [MF   4 16, 1021 b 23 sq]. The τέλος is there “in a serious manner,” is had “in a serious manner,” by which it is not meant that someone is addressed as “serious,” σπουδαῖος, whenever they have an angry look. Σπουδαῖος designates the mode of being-there in which I am serious about a matter, that is, not making a game of it—being with a matter, taking it up in such a way that everything rides on it. The matter about which I am serious need not be something extraordinary. Indeed, the less extraordinary that about which one is serious is, the less possibility there is for deception about one’s seriousness. Σπουδαῖον is a determination of the how: a possibility of one’s being must be taken seriously [MF   4 16, 1021 b 23-25]. [Heidegger  , GA18  :87
LÉXICO: sábio; seriedade