Phronimon

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COORDINATING EDITOR: Prof M Cloete (Unisa)

SECTION EDITORS: Prof A Ladikos (Unisa), Prof JM Strijdom (Unisa), Ms N Dastile (Unisa)

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Vol 15, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents

RESEARCH ARTICLES

The phronesis of conservation criminology phraseology: a genealogical and dialectical narrative PDF
Joe Herbig 1-17
The philosophical conception of Mariology and the notion of Theotokos in the teachings of Saint Ambrose PDF
Angelo Nicolaides 18-37
Sophokles’ Philoktetes and the ascent to political friendship PDF
Kostas Kalimtzis 38-54
Heraclitus’ usage of ὅστις in fragments DK B 5 and B 27 PDF
Andrew John Mason 55-68
The sensible and the reasonable: Plato and Rawls PDF
Alexander Zistakis 69-85

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Phronimon publishes original scientifically justifiable contributions (articles, discussions of articles previously published and book reviews) within the field of Philosophy and the Humanities, although contributions within the field of Greek Philosophy and Greek studies will receive priority.  On submission of the manuscript the author shall present a written undertaking that the article has not been published or is not being presented for publication elsewhere. All articles and review articles will be submitted to national and international referees. Effective and detailed source referencing is of paramount importance. Articles will be scrutinised and checked for bibliographic references and any evidence of proven plagiarism will result in non-publication.

sasgph_logo_157SASGPH - Established in 1996
Aims:
  • To enhance appreciation for Greek philosophy and the Humanities
  • To build national and international relations
  • Student development programmes
  • Opportunity to visit universities abroad
  • Encourage postgraduate studies atthese establishments