•  8
    Da Ética à Religião
    Philosophica: International Journal for the History of Philosophy 8 (16): 103-115. 2000.
    Paul Ricoeur sustains in Soi-même comme un autre that the tragical conflict in Sophocle’s Antigone is only ethical. Antigone and Creon confront each other because they both have limited and partial views of good life. The aim of this brief paper is to show that Antigone's tragedy must be situated in the religions domain. Only Greek theology - the belief in a ‘cruel’ and ‘satanic’ God - gives us the ‘tools’ to understand Sophocles' complex imaginary.
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    Crónica
    with Mariluze Ferreira de Andrade E. Silva, Pablo López López, Maria de Lourdes Sirgado Ganho, and Lúcio Craveiro Da Silva
    Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 58 (2). 2002.
  • Crónica
    with Mariluze Ferreira de Andrade E. Silva, Pablo López López, Maria de Lourdes Sirgado Ganho, and Lúcio Craveiro da Silva
    Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 58 (2): 401-409. 2002.