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Looking inside Charmides' cloak: Socrates and philosophy as a way of life ; 3. Virtue as the love of knowledge in Plato's Symposium and Republic ; 4.
Equal sticks and stones ; 5. The Phaedo's final argument ; 6. Beauty of the body, nobility of soul: Eros, philosophy, and tyranny ; 8.
Phaedrus's Symposium speech and Aeneid IX ; 9. Plato on war ; Language in the cave ; Why no Platonistic Ideas of artefacts?
Plato on what is not ; The soul as an inner principle of change: Aristotle's De Interpretatione 8 is about ambiguity ; Sextan scepticism ; The wife of Philinus, or the doctors' dilemma: Self-refutation and the sorites ; Borchardt Library, Melbourne Bundoora Campus. Open to the public ; B The University of Melbourne Library. University of Sydney Library.
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Theories of the Proposition: Dominic Scott Oxford University. What is distinctive about this work is his is his capacity to deepen our understanding of the relation between ancient and modern thought, and to combine the best of contemporary philosophy - its insights as well as its rigour - with a deep sensitivity to classical texts. La Trobe University Library. Your rating has been recorded.
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Lists What are lists? This book is available as part of Oxford Scholarship Online - view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter level. Maieusis pays tribute to the highly influential work of Myles Burnyeat, whose contributions to the study of ancient philosophy have done much to enhance the profile of the subject around the world. What is distinctive about his work is his capacity to deepen our understanding of the relation between ancient and modern thought, and to combine the best of contemporary philosophy--its insights as well as its rigor--with a deep sensitivity to classical texts.
Nineteen of the world's leading experts in the field examine a wide range of topics in ancient philosophy, with a particular focus on Plato. Topics include Socrates and the nature of philosophy, the different aspects of eros in the Symposium , Republic and Phaedrus , the Phaedo's arguments for immortality, wars and warriors in Plato, and the different aspects of the cave allegory in the Republic.
Looking inside Charmides' cloak: Socrates and philosophy as a way of life, John M. Equal sticks and stones, David Sedley 5. The Phaedo's final argument, Nicholas Denyer 6. Beauty of the body, nobility of soul: Eros, philosophy, and tyranny, Dominic Scott 8.