SORABJI, Richard. The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD: A sourcebook. Vol. 1: Psychology. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005, p. 33-34
Socrates: Hold on. Surely the soul will perceive the hardness of what is hard through touch, and likewise the softness of what is soft?
Soc: But the being (ousia) of them, and that they are, and their oppositeness to one another, and again the being of the oppositeness, the soul, by going over and comparing them to one (...)
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RICHARD SORABJI. Professor emérito de Filosofia do King’s College London e Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. Autor de muitos livros e editor geral da coletânea ANCIENT COMMENTATORS ON ARISTOTLE , uma série importante de traduções que forma parte da base de outro importante livro seu, a trilogia "THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE COMMENTATORS 200-600 AD" [SorabjiPC].
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- SORABJI, Richard. The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD: A sourcebook. Vol. 1: Psychology. Ithaca: Cornell University Press [SorabjiPC1]
- SORABJI, Richard. The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD: A Sourcebook. Vol. 2: Physics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005. [SorabjiPC2]
- SORABJI, Richard. The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD: A Sourcebook. Vol. 3: Logic and Metaphysics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005. [SorabjiPC3]
SORABJI, Richard. SELF. Ancient and Modern Insights about Individuality, Life, and Death. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. [SorabjiS]
PART I: EXISTENCE OF SELF AND PHILOSOPHICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE IDEA
1 The Self- is there such a thing?
2 The varieties of self and philosophical development of the idea
PART II: PERSONAL IDENTITY OVER TIME
3 Same person in eternal recurrence, resurrection, and teletransportation
4 Stoic fusion and modern fission: Survival cannot depend on what happens to someone else
5 Memory: Locke ’s return to Epicureans and Stoics
PART III: PLATONISM: IMPERSONAL SELVES, BUNDLES, AND DIFFERENTIATION
7 Bundles and differentiation of individuals
PART IV: IDENTITY AND PERSONA IN ETHICS
8 Individual persona vs. universalizability
9 Plutarch : narrative and a whole life
PART V.- SELF-AWARENESS
11 Impossibility of self-knowledge
12 Infallibility of self-knowledge: Cogito and Flying Man
13 Knowing self through others versus direct and invariable self-knowledge
14 Unity of self-awareness
PART VI. OWNERLESS STREAMS OF CONSCIOUSNESS REJECTED
15 Why I am not a stream of consciousness
16 The debate between ancient Buddhism and the Nyaya school
PART VII.- MORTALITY AND LOSS OF SELF
17 How might we survive death?
18 Could we survive through time going in a circle?
19 If we do not survive death, is it irrational to feel dismay?