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Essays on Plato's republic

Author: Erik Nis Ostenfeld
Publisher: Aarhus : Univ. Press, 1998.
Series: Aarhus studies in mediterranean antiquity, 2
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes: How Totalitarian is Plato's Republic; Plato as a Problem-Solver. The Unity of the Polis as a Key to the Interpretation of Plato's Republic; Plato and Xenophon: Two Contributions to the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Kongressbericht
Kongress (Aarhus, 1997)
congrès
Named Person: Plato.; Plato; Platon; Politeia; Platon.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erik Nis Ostenfeld
ISBN: 8772887850 9788772887852
OCLC Number: 216895259
Description: 119 S.
Contents: How totalitarian is Plato's Republic? / Lesley Brown --
Plato as a problem-solver: the unity of the polis as a key to the interpretation of Plato's Republic / Frederik Arends --
Plato and Xenophon: two contributions to the constitutional debate in the 4th century BC / Bodil Due --
Did Plato ever reply to those critics who reproached him for 'the emptiness of the platonic idea or form of the good'? / Rafael Ferber --
Socratic paradoxes and the tripartite soul / Henrik Pontoppidan Thyssen --
Eudaimonia in Plato's Republic / Erik Nis Ostenfeld --
Plato's ideal of science / Eiríkur Smári Sigurdarson --
Katabasis of Er: Plato's use of myths, exemplified by the myth of Er / Lars Albinus.
Series Title: Aarhus studies in mediterranean antiquity, 2
Responsibility: ed. by Erik Nis Ostenfeld.
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