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ION MILITARU, Meteosensibilitate. Despre cunoaşterea de sine în condiţiile meteorologiei de la Socrate la Heidegger (Meteosensitivity. On self-knowledge and weather patterns from Socrates to Heidegger)

ION MILITARU
Cercet. şt. I dr., Institutul de Cercetări Socio-Umane „C. S. Nicolăescu-Plopşor” al Academiei Române, Craiova, E-mail: militaruion_1@yahoo.com

Abstract
Socrates is well-known for having set self-knowledge at the origins of the history of philosophy, which was considered a true revolutionary undertaking. He is the one who developed the rationalist approach to the theory of knowledge.
Such an approach might have previously had a different background, that of a sensitive perception due to weather conditions and patterns. Hesiod was the first to have mentioned the meteo-climatological factors. The present study primarily focuses on the rationalist approach to self-knowledge as it was conceptualised by Socrates.

Keywords
Weather, meteosensitivity, self-knowledge, Socrate, Hesiod

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