HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN <p><span lang="en"><em>HUMAN <span id="result_box" lang="en">REVIEW</span>. International Humanities Review</em>&nbsp;(ISSN </span>2695-9623<span id="result_box" lang="en">) publishes articles written in rigorous academic format. The texts of the journal cover a wide range of disciplines, from the general to the particular, and from the speculative to the empirical. However, their main concern is to redefine our understanding of the human and show various disciplinary practices within the humanities. </span><span id="result_box" lang="en">The journal is peer-reviewed and accepts original articles written in English.</span></p> Global Knowledge Academics en-US HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2695-9623 <p>Those authors who publish in this journal accept the following terms:</p> <ol> <li class="show">Authors will keep the moral right of the work and they will transfer the commercial rights.</li> <li class="show">After 1<strong> year</strong>&nbsp;from publication, the work shall thereafter <strong>be</strong><strong> open access </strong>online on our website, but will retain copyright.</li> <li class="show">In the event that the authors wish to assign an Creative Commons (CC) license, they may request it by writing to <a href="mailto:publishing@gkacademics.com">publishing@gkacademics.com</a></li> </ol> Building A Corpus of Open Ancient Greek: New Ways to Learn, Teach, and Publish https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/3012 <p>Documents the history and rationale as well as the technology for the creation of an open online corpus of Ancient Greek texts, the Free First Thousand Years of Greek. Reveals the energy on a worldwide basis for building open data along with the boundless creativity around developing software tools for teaching, research, and publishing that exploit open data in ways that were impossible before.</p> Leonard Muellner Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-11-02 2021-11-02 10 293 305 10.37467/gkarevhuman.v10.3012 Aristotle and the Hermeneutic Ontology Nowadays. Metaphysics Ix 6-10 and the Sentence of the Becoming of Being https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2978 <p>We propose to show how for the Modal Ontology of the Greek Aristotle, and according to the central logos of his First Philosophy (IX, 6-10), ontological truth has a practical and a poetic status of community historical transmission, which founds the universal and isonomic assembly of the political legislation. We will show as well how contemporary hermeneutic ontology and the French thinking of difference drink abundantly from this understanding of truth, that fully belongs to the modal-temporal ontology, which thinks of the modes of being-time of action (energeia) and power (dúnamis) in Aristotle.</p> Teresa Oñate Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-10-12 2021-10-12 10 155 168 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v10.2978 Arjé, Life and Movement in the Milesia School https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2985 <p>This article is a review of the contributions of the early Milesians presocratic philosophers from their own conceptual framework and beliefs. From this perspective, and trying to identify the interpretations added through the direct and indirect sources of its transmission, we will analyze the relationship between the wet and life in Thales of Miletus, Anaximander's explanation of the origin of life and man, and density as a quantitative and qualitative criterion in Anaximenes.</p> Francisca Tomar Romero Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-12-21 2021-12-21 10 169 180 10.37467/gkarevhuman.v10.2985 Interpretations to the places of the Poem of Parmenides on Heidegger’s path to the "Thinkers of the Beginning" https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2965 <p>Some contrasts will be shown around the places of the notion of selfhood in Poem of Parmenides between various texts by Martin Heidegger, with particular attention to what the forgetfulness of Parmenides' “word enigma” has in Sein und Zeit to have to do with the notion of Self elaborated there. Through the path to the “thinkers of the beginning”, distinguishing the questioning horizon of Plato’s dialogue from that of the Parmenides' Poem will lead us in turn to point out the different ways in which Heidegger thinks the same in the Parmenides' Poem.</p> José Luis Díaz Arroyo Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-10-04 2021-10-04 10 181 198 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v10.2965 The Abode of Hellenic λόγος https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2915 <p>The following essay has as its main objective the investigation on the genesis and conformation of the term «λόγος» at the beginning of the tradition of western metaphysics. The extention, evolution and variance of the use of the term in Greek literature and the thought in its origins show the connection and roots of the Greek metaphysical project with the Hellenic world view, the theogonic vision, and poetic thinking.</p> Ángel Martínez Ortega Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 199 209 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2915 Aristotle: Hermeneutic-Critical Analysis of the Four Causes and his Modal Ontology https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2964 <p>The aim of this research is to make explicit, within a possible and suggestive interpretation, the reasons why Aristotle understood the need to postulate the final way as a way to efficiently carry out the First Philosophy. Thus, we will review his critique of the causes employed by his philosophical tradition: the material, the efficient, and the formal. Finally, having found the reasons for the necessity of postulating a fourth cause, the final one, we will present the cardinal points of his logoi Θ as the conclusion of the founder of the Lyceum with respect to his First Philosophy: the Modal Ontology.</p> Francisco Romero Martín Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 211 227 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2964 «Studia Humanitatis» Today: Grassi's Renewal https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2944 <p>Faced with the current need for a renewal of education, the rehabilitation of Renaissance humanism is proposed as a way of attempting to respond to the present crisis in the humanities. Such a task takes up the interpretation of humanism made by the philosopher Ernesto Grassi; from whose thought will derive, on the one hand, the demand to carry out a revision of what humanism is, and, on the other hand, the revaluation of the humanist tradition as eminently philosophical thought.</p> Jéssica Sánchez Espillaque Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 229 240 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2944 Problematic of the Metaphysics of Aristotle in the Light of the «ἐνέργεια» https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2963 <p>We approach the problem about the meaning of Aristotle's Metaphysics from a perspective that, beyond the historiographic and hermeneutical approach of contemporary Aristotelianism, seeks its foundation in the very analytic-modal nature of the first philosophy centered on the concept of ἐνέργεια. Based on this approach, we discard that the text entitled «Metaphysics», whose authorship is attributed to Andrónico de Rodas, is an exposition of Aristotle's first philosopher, defending a new configuration of it in which the metaphysical and logical treatises, published in the corpus Aristotelicum separately, are integral moments of it.</p> David Villodres Maldonado Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 241 260 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2963 Megaric-Stoic Logic https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2841 <p>In this article, we introduce a possible way to interpret the possibility and necessity notions developed within the Megaric-Stoic logic as alethic modal operators. Megaric-Stoic semantics will be introduced as metaphysical background for necessity and possibility definitions and arguments will be offered in order to give up the prevailing interpretations which include ad hoc variables. After proposing the survey of Diodorus definitions from relational modal semantics, a series of topics that deserve to be revisited from this perspective will be pointed out.</p> José Alejandro Fernández Cuesta Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 261 270 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2841 Electra and Female Oedipus https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/2856 <p>As happens in any discipline that is disclosed, it does not take long for common sense notions to appear on the scene that infiltrates in a simplification effort. This es the case of the so-called “Electra complex in psychoanalysis so widespread even in the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) the purpose of this writing is to examine the proposals mainly of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan who elaborate theoretical-clinical assumptions about female Oedipus, outlining its role in the psychic structuring of woman, and to unravel the magnificent character of Electra in its psychological-literary essence.</p> Monica Morales Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-09-17 2021-09-17 10 271 281 10.37467/gka-revhuman.v.2856 Sally Brown and the Greek Philosophers: Do We still Have Something to Learn from Them? https://journals.gkacademics.com/revHUMAN/article/view/3079 <p>Learning from the Greeks is possible, but only if we start from two necessary bases: the first one is that our world is profoundly different from theirs; the second one, that free thought requires not being imprisoned by any dogma. The primitive way of thinking of the Greeks is a school that can help us to strip away the enormous number of assumptions on which the contemporary mentality is based.</p> José Luis González Quirós Copyright (c) 2021 HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2021-11-04 2021-11-04 10 283 291 10.37467/gkarevhuman.v10.3079