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Necesidad y lo que depende de nosotros. Sobre la interpretación de Marcelo Boeri del compatibilismo estoico (Necessity and What Depends on Us. On Marcelo Boeri's Interpretation of Stoic Compatibilism)

Ricardo Salles
Crítica: Revista Hispanoamericana de Filosofía
Vol. 39, No. 115 (Apr., 2007), pp. 83-96
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40104857
Page Count: 14
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Necesidad y lo que depende de nosotros. Sobre la interpretación de Marcelo Boeri del compatibilismo estoico (Necessity and What Depends on Us. On Marcelo Boeri's Interpretation of Stoic Compatibilism)
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Abstract

Este trabajo discute la interpretación de Marcelo Boeri sobre el compatibilismo estoico; esto es, la tesis de que es compatible con el determinismo que rige al mundo natural el que podamos ser genuinamente responsables de nuestras acciones. Según Boeri, los estoicos intentaron conciliar las dos cosas abriendo un margen de indeterminación gracias al cual nuestras acciones no están sujetas a la necesidad que domina los demás fenómenos naturales. La discusión que se ofrece aquí se basa en un análisis del concepto antiguo de lo que depende de nosotros y de los conceptos estoicos de determinismo y modalidad. /// This paper discusses Marcelo Boeri's interpretation of Stoic compatibilism, the thesis that natural determinism does not rule out that we can genuinely be responsible for our actions. According to Boeri, the Stoic hold that this is so because our actions are to a great extent free from determination. The discussion of this interpretation is based on an analysis of the ancient concept of what depends on us and of Stoic concepts of determinism and modality.

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