agnoia

agnoia

An older term for ignorance or inattention, little used in the working medical parlance.
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Agnoia (Teatro Tomasino), Benavides Auditorium, Junior High School Bldg., University of Santo Tomas
Isso, por dois motivos: em primeiro lugar porque, se pseudos e tao condenavel, nao e tanto pela aproximacao com dolos, com o engano nitidamente proposital, quanto por aquilo que dele se afasta; ao tempo em que se aproxima da mimesis, da contrafacao, e principalmente da agnoia, isto e, da ignorancia.
Since the Pandareids, as failed brides, never actually become Pandoras, Penelope's desire to repeat their experience confirms her agnoia of, and thus noncompliance with, the subversive seduction and remarriage plan of Athena and her co-conspirator Odysseus.
Pero tambien el error se predica del acto que se comete por ignorancia (agnoia), "cuando la persona que sufre la accion o el instrumento o el resultado no son lo que se creian, porque o se creyo que no heria o que no se heria con aquello o con aquel fin, sino que acontecio algo en que no se pensaba" (EN V 8, 1135b 12-17).
20, 2011, y los capitulos de libro "La deliberacion en Aristoteles: la capacidad moral y la responsabilidad politica" (2012) "Agnoia y akrasia en la etica aristotelica" (2015).
Socrates cuestiono abiertamente esta suposicion basica, y formulo, en cambio, la tesis que identifica el vicio o la maldad moral (kakia) con la ignorancia (agnoia), cuya contrapartida es la identificacion de la virtud moral con el conocimiento o la ciencia (episteme) (Aritoteles, EN: VI 13, 1144b 28-30).
McKnight queries exactly this loose use of Gnostic terminology, observing that "the belief that the world is or can be made into a suitable home for man is, to the Gnostic, one of the fundamental demonstrations of a profound state of ignorance (agnoia)," concluding that we need a demonstration as to how and why "the radical dualism of ancient Gnosticism becomes transformed into a doctrine of inner-worldly fulfillment." (5)
He defines ignorance (agnoia) as a kind of disproportion (ametria) or ugliness (aischos) of the soul, marked by a failure of the soul to attain its proper end of truth (228c-d); and he defines discord (stasis), a kind of disease (nosos), as "the disagreement (diaphoran) of that which by nature is akin by reason of a certain corruption (tinos diaphthoras)." (20) Now ametria and agnoia (and amathia: lack of learning), as the words themselves suggest, are negative notions, derived in opposition to measure and knowledge.
(6) Si bien la inclusion de "ignorancia" (agnoia) como especie del asentimiento en Estobeo, Eclogae, II.113, no parece constituir una atribucion exacta, dado que la ignorancia constituye un estado del alma, en lugar de una operacion o una facultad de la misma, la distincion realizada por Arthur 1983 entre dos clasificaciones paralelas del asentimiento (una que considera la impresion a la cual se asiente, otra que evalua la naturaleza del agente, i.e., su estado epistemico) permite comprender que no se trata de una simple interpolacion doxografica, aun cuando sea la unica ocurrencia del termino que encontramos en las fuentes.
Segun su lectura de Platon, Lledo sostiene que para este filosofo hay algo que se encuentra entre el ente y el no-ente: el mundo fenomenico, realidad a la que corresponderia un saber intermedio entre la ignorancia (agnoia) y la ciencia (episteme).
The appropriateness of the term for discussions of comic misrecognition in The Comedy of Errors, though Aristotle's discussion focuses on tragedy, is especially relevant because the errors in this play are caused by agnoia, ignorance caused by failure to distinguish between appearance and reality.
not even the argument of paradox from the agnoia theou which characterizes the genuine philosopher to belief.