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“The portraits that exist of Socrates in which he appears inside a house or in a garden are always images of the philosopher talking to people.” Who draws attention to this fact is António de Castro Caeiro, researcher in the areas of Ancient, Contemporary Philosophy, Phenomenology and Classical Philology at Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH). Still referring to Ancient Greece, he also recalls a phrase by Aristotle: “Man is a rational animal.” The professor of Ancient Philosophy explains that this translation of the original, exchanged for kids, actually means that the human being “likes to talk and use the word”.


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