Through an analysis of Plato’s Euthyphro, we examine how certainty or faith on the one hand, and discourse on the other, can define two radically opposed ‘virtuous’ ways of life. Yet, we prove that faith and discourse are not necessarily set against one another. We examine the conditions in which such an opposition should be further considered.
BIBARD, L. (1996). Education, certitude et vérité : une analyse de l’Euthyphron de Platon. ESSEC Business School.