A History of Greek Philosophy: Volume 5, The Later Plato and the Academy
Cambridge University Press, 24 abr. 1986 - 556 páginas
All volumes of Professor Guthrie's great history of Greek philosophy have won their due acclaim. The most striking merits of Guthrie's work are his mastery of a tremendous range of ancient literature and modern scholarship, his fairness and balance of judgement and the lucidity and precision of his English prose. He has achieved clarity and comprehensiveness.
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an ideal language?
Conclusion on Part One
1 Knowledge as perception 151 d86e
what is included in aisthesis? Protagoras and
the philosopher and the practical
Return to 1
3 Knowledge as true judgement with a logos
nature and fate of
z the status of eros ii extraterrestrial life?
1 Introductory conversation bks 13
reference to the use of drink unity and multiplicity
3 Life in Platos city
population public before private weal private
state religion and ethics personal beliefs theology
Sophist comment on definitions 16 diairesisy
motion has a place in the real world problem
1 Logic and method
a collection and division b the two types
5 Ethics and psychology
good subject and scope the argument the oneand
TIMAEUS AND CRITIAS
What exactly enters and leaves the Receptacle?
primary bodies fifth figure and fifth body
primary bodies motion demands both mover
Time and creation
6 The Laws in Platos philosophy
Platos Unwr1tten Metaphys1cs
POSTSCRIPT To PLATO
life ontology theology biology philosophical
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W. K. C. Guthrie,William Keith Chambers Guthrie
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Antisthenes Apeiron argument Arist Aristotle Aristotle's Athenian beautiful body called cause Cherniss conception connexion Cornford cosmos Cratylus Critias criticism definition Demiurge Democritus described diairesis dialectic dialogues discussion distinction divine division doctrine earlier elements Empedocles Epinomis especially essence Eudoxus evil existence explained false Forms geometrical gods Gorgias Greek Hackforth Heraclides Heraclitean Hermogenes human idea indivisible lines intelligible judgement knowledge Laws logos mathematical mean mentioned Metaph method mind Morrow motion nature object pain Parm Parmenides particular passage perception Phaedo Phaedrus Phdr Phil Philebus philosopher Phron physical Plato pleasure Politicus Proclus Protagoras Pythagorean question reality reason reference reff relation Republic Ross says sensation sense sensible world Socrates Soph Sophist Souilhe soul speaks Speusippus statesman suggests Taylor Theaetetus theory theory of Forms things thought Timaeus tion true belief truth unity universal virtue whole words Xenocrates