Archai: Journal on the origins of Ancient Thought is published three times a year by Archai UNESCO Chair (University of Brasilia, Brazil).
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nº6 (january, 2011)
Diretrizes para autores.
O grau zero da hermenêutica platônica. VEGETTI, Mario. Um Paradigma no Céu: Platão político, de Aristóteles ao século XX. Coleção Archai n. 4. São Paulo, Annablume, 2010, 286 p.
Thiago Rodrigo de Oliveira Costa, Gabriele Cornelli
ANTIFONTE. Testemunhos, fragmentos, discursos. Edição bilíngue (grego-português). Prefácio e tradução por Luís Bellintani Ribeiro. São Paulo, Edições Loyola, 2008. 245p.
Worlds of Powers: The Bedrock of Reality in Ancient Thought
Plato and the Pythagoreans
Thomas Alexander Szlezák
Plato and the establishment of mathematics as a science
A Plato’s theory of Numbers-Principles and its importance to the philosophical reconstruction of Plato’s dialects
How not to read Plato
Dennys Garcia Xavier
The new Platonic interpretation: The contribution of Schleiermacher
Mariana Leme Belchior
Written and unwritten numbers in Plato
Initiation to the Principle
Rubens Garcia Nunes Sobrinho
A example of Protrepical Writing: The Euthydemus
A Philosophy can't be learned! Plato as a true master and writing as “Protreptical Alusion”
The reception of the Tübingen-Milan School in Brazil
The Tübingen School’s interpretation of Plato, presented epistemologically as a “Hermeneutical Paradigm” alternative to the currently dominant one
Dennys Garcia Xavier