Sixth Empiricist

Let us pass now to as, that one that is considered purely philosophical and attributed to the person of Protgoras, the sofista of the Greek period: ' ' The man is the measure of all the things, of that they are for what they are and of that they are not for what not so' '. He is excellent to point out that the necessary and vigorous or exactly uncertain understanding and tibia of this thought do not present if me as possible, given that much of what we know on this sofista presumption in them is presented under the optics of three main hypotheses in the presupposition of the time and the space: Plato, Aristotle and Sixth Empiricist. The understanding of these concerning the philosophical statement in question seems, under the point of view of Dumont, in certain measured, to divergir of the interpretation of some more recent intellectuals, cites us as example E. Zeller. Fulfilled with this cautious admonition, for the purposes then assumed by my person in this chronicle, I will assume the interpretation of those and not of this last one, for who the man of who says Protgoras would be another thing seno the man in transcendental direction a proposal similar does not have the judgment of taste and knowledge in Kant. Therefore, the direction attributed to the expression ' ' homem' ' prayer here its individuality and relativismo. Of where the relativismo? This is the question for whose reply I will look for and of which I think to get what necessary to display some unfeasibilities logical it its opposite and with this to justify the behavior of the Brazilian citizen, to the step that also this serves me as the argumentativa ammunition for the conclusion that ei of satirizar flavorfully! Such relativismo is deriving of an interpretation maken a mistake or according to which the man is not the measure of all the things for the reason of that the phenomenon, while perception another thing could not be, it is processed not only of the world to the man, but of this to that one.