FIVE DIALOGUES

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Plato Five Dialogues

Author : Plato
ISBN : 9781603842266
Genre : Philosophy
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The second edition of Five Dialogues presents G. M. A. Grube's distinguished translations, as revised by John Cooper for Plato, Complete Works. A number of new or expanded footnotes are also included along with an updated bibliography.
Category: Philosophy

Cause Principle And Unity

Author : Giordano Bruno
ISBN : IND:30000007077393
Genre : Metaphysics
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Category: Metaphysics

Five Dialogues Of Plato Bearing On Poetic Inspiration

Author : Percy Bysshe Shelley
ISBN : 9781473351219
Genre : Poetry
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This vintage book contains a collection dialogues by the classical Greek philosopher Plato. They cover a range of philosophical subjects and have been translated by J. Wright Henry Cary, Floyer Sydenham, and Percy Bysshe Shelley. This volume will appeal to students of philosophy, and it is not to be missed by fans and collectors of Plato's seminal work. Contents include: “Ion – Translated by Percy Bysshe Shelley”, “Symposium, or Banquet – Translated by Percy Bysshe Shelley”, “The Meno – Translated by Floyer Sydenham”, “Phaedo – Translated by Henry Cary”, and “Phaedrus – Translated by J. Wright”. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork. This book was first published in 1910.
Category: Poetry

Five Dialogues

Author : Plato
ISBN : 9781387675340
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Teaching College English

Author : Kenneth Hoag
ISBN : PSU:000005923175
Genre : English language
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Five Dialogues Illustrated

Author : Plato
ISBN : 1980587612
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One of Plato's most enduring works, Five Dialogues punctuates the key moments in Socrates' life, from his trial to his death, with timeless philosophical debates about law, love, virtue, ethics and the meaning of life.
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Laches

Author : Platon
ISBN : 9783843031134
Genre : Philosophy
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Platon: Laches Entstanden etwa zwischen 399 und 393 v. Chr. Erstdruck (in lateinischer Übersetzung durch Marsilio Ficino) in: Opera, Florenz o. J. (ca. 1482/84). Erstdruck des griechischen Originals in: Hapanta ta tu Platônos, herausgegeben von M. Musoros, Venedig 1513. Erste deutsche Übersetzung durch J. S. Müller in: Tu Theiu Platônos Dialogoi Hex, Hamburg 1736. Der Text folgt der Übersetzung durch Ludwig von Georgii von 1860. Neuausgabe mit einer Biographie des Autors. Herausgegeben von Karl-Maria Guth. Berlin 2017. Textgrundlage ist die Ausgabe: Platon: Sämtliche Werke. Berlin: Lambert Schneider, [1940]. Die Paginierung obiger Ausgabe wird in dieser Neuausgabe als Marginalie zeilengenau mitgeführt. Umschlaggestaltung von Thomas Schultz-Overhage unter Verwendung des Bildes: Raffael, Die Schule von Athen (Detail). Gesetzt aus der Minion Pro, 11 pt.
Category: Philosophy

The Five Dialogues Of Plato

Author : Benjamin Jowett
ISBN : 1500911089
Genre : Philosophy
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'By far the most definitive version of the 'Dialogues'' Complete Student Edition The Five Dialogues of Plato - Complete Version with Introductions The Five Dialogues of Plato Translated by Benjamin Jowett Introduction Benjamin Jowett Amaylisis by Benjamin Jowett I cannot agree with Mr. Grote in admitting as genuine all the writings commonly attributed to Plato in antiquity, any more than with Schaarschmidt and some other German critics who reject nearly half of them. The German critics, to whom I refer, proceed chiefly on grounds of internal evidence; they appear to me to lay too much stress on the variety of doctrine and style, which must be equally acknowledged as a fact, even in the Dialogues regarded by Schaarschmidt as genuine, e.g. in the Phaedrus, or Symposium, when compared with the Laws. He who admits works so different in style and matter to have been the composition of the same author, need have no difficulty in admitting the Sophist or the Politicus. (The negative argument adduced by the same school of critics, which is based on the silence of Aristotle, is not worthy of much consideration. For why should Aristotle, because he has quoted several Dialogues of Plato, have quoted them all? Something must be allowed to chance, and to the nature of the subjects treated of in them.) On the other hand, Mr. Grote trusts mainly to the Alexandrian Canon. But I hardly think that we are justified in attributing much weight to the authority of the Alexandrian librarians in an age when there was no regular publication of books, and every temptation to forge them; and in which the writings of a school were naturally attributed to the founder of the school. And even without intentional fraud, there was an inclination to believe rather than to enquire. Would Mr. Grote accept as genuine all the writings which he finds in the lists of learned ancients attributed to Hippocrates, to Xenophon, to Aristotle? The Alexandrian Canon of the Platonic writings is deprived of credit by the admission of the Epistles, which are not only unworthy of Plato, and in several passages plagiarized from him, but flagrantly at variance with historical fact. It will be seen also that I do not agree with Mr. Grote's views about the Sophists; nor with the low estimate which he has formed of Plato's Laws; nor with his opinion respecting Plato's doctrine of the rotation of the earth. But I 'am not going to lay hands on my father Parmenides' (Soph.), who will, I hope, forgive me for differing from him on these points. I cannot close this Preface without expressing my deep respect for his noble and gentle character, and the great services which he has rendered to Greek Literature.
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