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Plato and Platonism; a series of lectures.

著者: Walter Pater
出版商: New York, Greenwood Press [1969]
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This important new series, under the editorship of a preeminent American scholar, revivifies some of the most influential classics of nineteenth-century literary thought. Forerunners of our aesthetic sensibility, these volumes are a great voice from the last century calling us to ourselves.
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提及的人: Plato.; Plato.
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所有的著者/提供者: Walter Pater
ISBN: 083711151X 9780837111513
OCLC号码: 22882
注意: Reprint of the 1925 ed.
描述: 282 pages 23 cm
内容: Plato and the doctrine of motion --
Plato and the doctrine of rest --
Plato and the doctrine of number --
Plato and Socrates --
Plato and the Sophists --
The genius of Plato --
The doctrine of Plato --
Lacedaemon --
The republic --
Plato's aesthetics.

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This important new series, under the editorship of a preeminent American scholar, revivifies some of the most influential classics of nineteenth-century literary thought. Forerunners of our aesthetic sensibility, these volumes are a great voice from the last century calling us to ourselves.

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