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100 1  Nightingale, Andrea Wilson 
245 10 Spectacles of truth in classical Greek philosophy :
       |btheoria in its cultural context /|cAndrea Wilson 
       Nightingale 
246 00 Theoria in its cultural context 
250    1st ed. 
260    Cambridge, U.K. ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
       |c2004 
300    X, 311 p. ;|c24 cm 
500    Índices 
504    Bibliografía: p. 269-299 
505 0  Introduction : theorizing the ancient theorists -- Theoria
       as a cultural practice -- Inventing philosophic theoria --
       The fable of philosophy in Plato's Republic -- Theorizing 
       the beautiful body : from Plato to Philip of Opus -- 
       "Useless" knowledge : Aristotle's rethinking of theoria --
       Epilogue : "broken knowledge"? : theoria and wonder 
520 8  In an effort to conceptualize and legitimize theoretical 
       philosophy, the Greek philosophers turned to a venerable 
       cultural practice: theoria (state pilgrimage). In this 
       traditional practice, an individual journeyed abroad to 
       officially witness sacralized spectacles. This book 
       examines the philosophic appropriations and 
       transformations of the practice of theoria 
650 04 Conocimiento, Teoría del|zGrecia|yEdad Antigua 
650 04 Filosofía griega 
650 04 Verdad 
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