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La felicità degli antichi by Pierre Hadot

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC La felicità degli antichi Questo importante testo di Pierre Hadot presenta i temi pi cari al grande studioso recentemente scomparso l idea di natura il modello filosofico di felicit la figura del saggio nell antichit Con la lucidit che gli propria Hadot dimostra inoltre come per gli antichi la filosofia fosse un sistema di vita che permetteva all adepto di trovare il proprio posto nella citt e nel mondo Ne risulta una riflessione affascinante e quanto mai attuale sul valore sociale oltre che etico della filosofia La limpida scrittura di Hadot ha il dono di ricreare vividamente il clima spirituale dell antichit e la passione che egli prova per questi temi si trasmette immediatamente al lettore

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