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Mansfeld, Jaap et al.

Melissus between Miletus and Elea.

A cura di Massimo Pulpito.
2016. 204 S. 29,00 Euro. 15,3 x 21,5 cm. 978-3-89665-695-7.
(Eleatica Bd. 5)

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Melisso di Samo ha condizionato a lungo la ricezione antica di Parmenide di Elea. Ciò a dispetto (o forse a causa) di quella che nei suoi ragionamenti appare come una perdita della ricchezza semantica e dell'aura di mistero che caratterizzano il discorso di Parmenide. Nelle Lezioni Eleatiche qui presentate, Jaap Mansfeld indaga con acume e osservazioni inedite l'opera di 'disambiguazione' del parmenidismo condotta dal filosofo di Samo, oltre ad offrire un'istruttiva storia della presenza di Melisso nella tradizione antica. Contribuendo in tal modo a far conoscere più in profondità questa singolare forma di 'eleatismo senza lacrime'.

Il libro si arricchisce di una bibliografia ragionata su Melisso, che copre l'ultimo mezzo secolo di studi, e soprattutto di un articolato dibattito sulle Lezioni, che ha coinvolto nove studiosi.


This comprehensive study of Melissus of Samos, centred on the 2012 Eleatic Lectures of Jaap Mansfeld (Utrecht University), is the first in more than forty years.

Mansfeld argues that Melissus presents us with an efficacious and comprehensible revision of the ontological arguments of Parmenides or, as he says, a Parmenides nouvelle cuisine that is inferior to the master's version in semantic richness, productive problematisation, and fascination, thus more secular: no mystagogic paraphernalia, no rich vocabulary to deal with being, but rather an effort at disambiguating the doctrine of Parmenides.

Mansfeld's lectures include a survey of the evidence supplied by ancient authors. He also points out that Melissus' fragments are among the first true examples of Greek prose we have, and that therefore they deserve to be studied in themselves.

In addition to his Eleatic Lectures this volume includes a large foreword (by the book editor, Massimo Pulpito) giving a detailed overview of the scholarly literature on Melissus, and a sequel where nine specialists - G. Calenda, P. Curd, S. Daniele, S. Di Girolamo, F. Marcacci, J. Palmer, M. Pulpito, C. Robbiano, and L. Rossetti - discuss the Lectures, while Mansfeld replies to each of them.


Jaap Mansfeld is emeritus professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy in the University of Utrecht. He is a fellow of the Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen, the Royal Dutch Academy, and the Academia Europaea. His previous publications did not include Melissus. Together with David T. Runia he is writing an edition with commentary of the doxographer Aëtius.



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