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ISSN 0869-5377
Author: Svetlov Roman

Svetlov Roman

Roman Svetlov is a DSc, professor of the Saint Petersburg State University, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology, Religious Studies RHGA, chairman of the St. Petersburg Plato’s Philosophical Society. E-mail: spatha@mail.ru.

Publications

Socrates in Spartan Camouflage / Logos. 2017. № 7 (0). P. 91-104
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. “Le Mirage Spartiate” and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.
Keywords:  ancient philosophy; Socrates; Sparta; nonverbal aspect of phi¬losophy
Socrates Behind a Spartan Camoufl Age/ Logos. 2012. № 6 (90). P. 16-28
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. ‘Le Mirage Spartiate’ and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels
drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.

Keywords:  ancient philosophy, Socrates, Sparta, nonverbal aspect of philosophy.

Svetlov Roman

Professor, Dean, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology, Religious Studies, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities. Address: 15 Fontanka River Emb., 191023 Saint-Petersburg, Russia. E-mail: spatha@mail.ru.

Publications

Socrates in Spartan Camouflage / Logos. 2017. № 7 (0). P. 91-104
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. “Le Mirage Spartiate” and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.
Keywords:  ancient philosophy; Socrates; Sparta; nonverbal aspect of phi¬losophy
Socrates Behind a Spartan Camoufl Age/ Logos. 2012. № 6 (90). P. 16-28
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. ‘Le Mirage Spartiate’ and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels
drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.

Keywords:  ancient philosophy, Socrates, Sparta, nonverbal aspect of philosophy.

Svetlov Roman

Professor, Dean, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology, Religious Studies, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities. Address: 15 Fontanka River Emb., 191023 Saint-Petersburg, Russia. E-mail: spatha@mail.ru.

Publications

Socrates in Spartan Camouflage / Logos. 2017. № 7 (0). P. 91-104
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. “Le Mirage Spartiate” and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.
Keywords:  ancient philosophy; Socrates; Sparta; nonverbal aspect of phi¬losophy
Socrates Behind a Spartan Camoufl Age/ Logos. 2012. № 6 (90). P. 16-28
annotation:  The article judges biographical evidence of Socrates, describing some particularities of his visage and behavioral manner. On the basis of evidence by Aristophanes, Xenophontes, Plato and others the author comes to the conclusion that Socrates’ behavior and image are stylized to the Spartans character. ‘Le Mirage Spartiate’ and Socrates’ biographical testimony are compared. The parallels
drawn allow to discuss nonverbal determination of the philosophic temper as a subject of the History of Philosophy.

Keywords:  ancient philosophy, Socrates, Sparta, nonverbal aspect of philosophy.
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