The Journal of Ancient Philosophy is an e-journal published by the Department of Philosophy of the Universidade de São Paulo (USP, Brazil). It was founded in 2007 and publishes articles, reviews and textual notes on ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, as well as translations of classical texts into Portuguese or Spanish. The journal also intends to provides information about Latin American symposia, meetings and conferences on ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. It is published twice a year, in May and October.
The purposes for which the Journal of Ancient Philosophy was created are to foster classical studies in Latin America, providing scholars a vehicle for the publication of researches and discussions, and to promote international dialogue across different languages and approaches. It is open to all scholars worldwide to submit contributions for inclusion in this Journal. The accepted languages are: Portuguese, Spanish, English, French, German and Italian. Every contribution is evaluated by a double-blind, peer-review process.
This Journal considers plagisrism as a very serious offense against academic research, and consequently will take all measures to protect its publications from it, aiming at ensuring originality in any paper published by this Journal. This Journal will not condone plagiarism under any circumstances. Please report to www.fapesp.br/6566 for a theoretical assessment of plagiarism, and www.fapesp.br/6574 for practical and general information on sound academic practices of quotation and publication. We fully agree with the proposals put forward by Fapesp in these documents.
Vol 8, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Le paradigme des passions: Aristote et les définitions non physiques de la colère||PDF (Français)|
|Aristotle and Double Effect|
|Ezio Di Nucci||20-48|
|Propositional Pleasures in Plato’s Philebus|
|Méthodes d'interprétation des mythes chez Platon||PDF (Français)|
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.