A History of Greek Philosophy: Volume 5, The Later Plato and the Academy

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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?
31
Conclusion on Part One
50
2 Theaetetus
61
1 Knowledge as perception 151 d86e
73
what is included in aisthesis? Protagoras and
83
the philosopher and the practical
89
Return to 1
100
3 Knowledge as true judgement with a logos
114
nature and fate of
305
Additional notes
311
z the status of eros ii extraterrestrial life?
317
1 Introductory conversation bks 13
325
reference to the use of drink unity and multiplicity
331
3 Life in Platos city
341
population public before private weal private
356
state religion and ethics personal beliefs theology
366

Conclusion
120
Sophist comment on definitions 16 diairesisy
133
motion has a place in the real world problem
159
1 Logic and method
166
a collection and division b the two types
173
5 Ethics and psychology
191
PhIlebus
197
good subject and scope the argument the oneand
216
TIMAEUS AND CRITIAS
241
What exactly enters and leaves the Receptacle?
269
primary bodies fifth figure and fifth body
285
primary bodies motion demands both mover
292
Time and creation
299
6 The Laws in Platos philosophy
375
7 Conclusion
381
Letters
399
Platos Unwr1tten Metaphys1cs
418
POSTSCRIPT To PLATO
443
Speusippus
457
life ontology theology biology philosophical
468
Heraclides Ponticus
485
Bibliography
493
Indexes
515
General index
528
Index of Greek words
539
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