By Maria Marcinkowska-Rosól

Maria Marcinkowska-Rosó presents the 1st specific research of the perception of concept and data within the didactic poem through Parmenides of Elea, probably the most very important early Greek philosophers (6th–5th cent. BC). She succeeds in delivering convincing solutions to a few of the relevant questions about Parmenides, specifically the connection among idea and being, the final message of Parmenides’ poem, and the relationship among the 2 parts.

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