OS TEXTOS E AS CARTAS PEDAGÓGICAS DAS PITAGÓRICAS

Janyne Sattler

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Este artigo visa oferecer uma introdução geral às questões atinentes à historiografia filosófica dos textos atribuídos a mulheres filósofas cuja filiação é dada à escola pitagórica no contexto da filosofia antiga e helenística. Desde uma perspectiva feminista, o artigo investiga os nomes das filósofas e sua ausência do cânone filosófico, assim como questões autorais e de pseudônimas, e as temáticas pedagógico-morais voltadas a uma “filosofia do doméstico” tal como encontradas especialmente no conjunto de cartas em nome de Melissa, Myia e Teano.

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