Antígona (Penguin Clásicos) by Sophocles PDF

By Sophocles

Los mejores libros jamás escritos Antígona, hija del rey Edipo, se debate entre ceñirse a l. a. ley impuesta o infringirla para honrar a su difunto hermano

Antígona está basada en el mito de l. a. mujer que se atrevió a enfrentarse a los hombres para lograr sus propósitos. En esencia, los angeles trama de l. a. obra plantea una reflexión sobre los angeles tiranía, las razones del estado y los dilemas de conciencia. Representada por primera vez en el año 442 a.C., Sófocles utilizó personajes arquetípicos para contraponer dos nociones opuestas del deber: el respeto a las normas religiosas frente a las civiles, caracterizadas unas por Antígona y las otras por Creonte.

Esta edición cuenta con l. a. traducción y el prólogo Luis Gil, profesor emérito en los angeles Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Incluye, además, el estudio en forma de epílogo realizado por los profesores de comunicación audiovisual de l. a. Universidad Pompeu Fabra Jordi Balló y Xavier Pérez.

«Y ¿qué derecho divino he transgredido? Mas ¿por qué he de poner, desdichada de mí, mi vista aún en los dioses? ¿A qué aliado puedo invocar?»

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Many authors, including Zeller (1897, 1:17n3), say that one of Aristotle’s first activities in the Academy was to offer a “course” in rhetoric. It seems difficult to believe, however, that there would ever have been interest within the Academy for any teaching of rhetoric that would be technical and practical, like that found in the school of Isocrates (von Arnim 1898, p. 19). 45 One could rather consider it to have been a study concerning the nature of conviction, more theoretical than technical, like the one contained in Book I of the Rhetoric.

The condition of the metic was in no way despicable or servile, and at the beginning of Plato’s Republic, the 20 • Chapter One • honest metic Cephalus is treated with great respect. 37 And, on the other hand, we should also keep in mind the fact that Aristotle’s scientific works are almost silent about his personal affairs. Concerning the issue of the relationship between Aristotle and Plato, there are two distinct traditions: some sources maintain that relations between master and student were always cordial, while other sources claim that there was a falling out.

The question is probably not worth the ink spilled on it, often large quantities, from the end of the nineteenth century until our times (see Gottschalk 1972, pp. 323–­ 325, with bibliography and status quaestionis). It is unlikely that Nicomachus was the editor24 of the ethical treatise known under the title Nicomachean Ethics, since he must have died rather young. 52). Now let’s enter the sphere of pure gossip. Great awkwardness, on the part of both ancient authors as well as scholars of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, was occasioned by the figure of Herpyllis, a woman who “was good” to Aristotle, and for whom he wished to ensure a quiet existence.

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