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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The Body And Movement As Arrays Of Creation And Knowledge: Parallels Between The Greek Poiesis And The Schopenhauer's Vitalism [o Corpo E O Movimento Como Matrizes De Criação E Conhecimento: Paralelos Entre A Poiésis Grega E O Vitalismo Schopenhauriano]
Author: Roble O.J.
Guzzo M.S.L.
Federici C.A.G.
Terra V.D.S.
Abstract: This article presents a thinking between the body and its relationship with the knowledge and it has, as a starting point, the Aristotle's epistemology, more specifically, the distinction among Theoria, Práxis and Poiésis. Aristotle himself considered the theoretical sciences as the most valuable ones. The practical sciences also had their recognition afterwards, above all by the modern development. On the other hand, the poetic sciences seem to represent an epistemological possibility little recognized by the traditional Western thinking, being undervalued in a condition of superficial. In the beginning of this text we seek to identify some posterior Aristotle's tradition boundaries based in these concepts and which represent a relation to the body education. With such effort we detect, on one side, a model strongly set by the rationalist reduction of causality, and on the other hand, an ill-explored range Kinesis (movement) concept. Based on a philosophicconceptual methodology we intent to present perspectives to build novel views on this subject, perhaps more capable to considering the Poiésis as the epistemological support to the body knowledge and movement. As for that we find aid, above all from the support of vitalistic philosophies, as Arthur Schopenhauer's.
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Date Issue: 2012
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