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The education of desire : Plato and the philosophy of religion

Author: Michel Despland
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Despland, Michel.
Education of desire.
Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©1985
(OCoLC)609721425
Named Person: Plato; Plato.; Plato; Plato.; Platon.; Platon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Despland
ISBN: 0802025021 9780802025029 0802065244 9780802065247
OCLC Number: 12306255
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xiv, 395 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Euthyphro : The story of a homicide in Naxos ; Note on Athenian homicide law ; The man Euthyphro ; Euthyphro's doctrine --
Socrates : The story of a teacher accused ; The problem of education and the ethics of speech ; The man Socrates ; Socrates' doctrines --
The first steps in philosophy of religion : A serious encounter with serious consequences ; Disease in the city ; The Socratic practice ; What shall the next steps be? --
The question is the existence of forms ; What are forms? ; What if forms do not exist? Philosophy as contemplation ; The speech of a philosopher --
Philosophy of religion in the making : What teachings shoud be transmitted? ; Strains in Greek religious life ; The expressions of opinion ; From opinions to doctrines: the trajectory of a philosophy of religion --
The necessary conversion of the self : Mores and morality among the Greeks ; The concern with the soul ; The rejection of tyranny ; Philosophy as moral therapy ; Gorgias: the story of moral resistance --
There is an intelligible order conducive to the human good : Power and order in Greek religion ; From Homer's gods to to the god without envy ; The form of the Good: argument and tentative analogies ; Am austere love of the Good ; The Republic: the arresting of disorder and the rooting of order --
The divine pull : Divine care is all-pervading ; The enthusiastic strain: divination and Dionysiac orgia ; The human soul is intelligently open ; Divine madness ; That bone of contention: love ; Desire, rhetoric and the art of writing ; Phaedrus: the divine pull at work --
The goodness of pious ways : Rearticulation and translation ; Theology and the problem of beliefs ; Myths, stories, and history among the Greeks ; The stories of world and of societies ; Plato: theist and founder of religion? ; The Laws: building order in fourth-century Greece --
Conclusion : A philosophy: practice, doctrine, and topics ; A transposition of Greek religion ; Public piety ; The piety of the cognoscenti ; The philosopher caught between mysticism and politics ; The languages of a philosopher of religion ; The Symposium: the philosopher of religion at work --
Un-Platonic postscript : The end of tragedy? ; Plato's obvious failure ; The analysis of a social scientist ; Is metaphysical thinking relative? The argument of a Christian philosopher ; Another philosophical argument ; What philosophy of religion today? ; The endeavours of reason ; The religion of will (a hypothesis on Christianity) ; The matter of hope.
Responsibility: Michel Despland.

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