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History of Greek and Roman philosophy

Giovanni Reale
Title book

Year 2018

Edited by Vincenzo Cicero, introduction by Maria Bettetini

History of Greek and Roman philosophy

Here too, the Greeks have been and remain masters: one is a philosopher only if and as long as one is totally free, that is, only if and as long as, in absolute freedom, one contemplates or searches for the true as such, without further predetermined reasons. By knowing, in an unbiased way, man approaches the truth, and, in this way, fulfills his rational nature to the highest degree, and consequently achieves happiness.