El concepto de salud en el estoicismo antiguo

Rodrigo Sebastián Braicovich

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El objetivo del trabajo consiste en analizar algunos aspectos del concepto de salud en el estoicismo antiguo, bajo la hipótesis de que una comprensión adecuada de dicho concepto requiere la distinción entre tres planos lógica y discursivamente autónomos (el cuerpo; el alma en su dimensión material; el alma en su dimensión cognitiva). Las conclusiones a las que arribaré deberían arrojar luz sobre la relación entre filosofía y medicina en el estoicismo antiguo y sobre el problema de la sistematicidad de la filosofía estoica y del lugar que la física ocupa respecto de las reflexiones éticas.


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Estoicismo; Salud; Medicina; Alma; Analogía

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