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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n°25 (2019 1)
N. S. Galgano, I Precetti della Dea: Non Essere e Contraddizione in Parmenide di Elea (2017, Diogene Multimedia)
Lucio Angelo Privitello
Plato and the (Timely) Untimeliness of Normative Utopia A Profile of Mario Vegetti
Against the Grammarians by Sextus Empiricus annotated translation, part three (M 1. 169-247)
Joseane Mara Prezotto
Translation of Diogenes Laërtius’ Vitae Philosophorum, Book IV On the Academics
Rodrigo Pinto de Brito, Aldo Lopes Dinucci
There is, evidently, a “Parmenides physikos”, but… About Livio Rossetti, Un altro Parmenide, 2017
Some Considerations about the Relationship between Science and Philosophy in Ptolemaic Writings An Analysis from Its Teleological Model of Explanation
María Teresa Gargiulo
Some indirect testimonies about Plato’s personal character and their connection with passages of the written dialogues
Miguel Ángel Spinassi
The pre-history of the significance of ousia An analysis of the heideggerian interpretation of ousia as presentness (Anwesenheit)
Estevão Lemos Cruz
The Persian Empire and Classical Political Thought A Panoramic View
Matheus Treuk Medeiros de Araujo
The Reception of Classical Latin Literature in Early Modern Philosophy: the case of Ovid and Spinoza
Scholarship Overview on Gnosticism and Early Jewish-Christian Writings: (re)mantling Categories about Ancient Religious Phenomena
Jean Felipe de Assis