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  1. Five Dialogues by Plato, G. M. A. Grube, 2002-10
  2. Great Dialogues of Plato by Plato, 2008-03-04
  3. Euthyphro by Plato, 2010-05-23
  4. Republic (Oxford World's Classics) by Plato, 2008-05-15
  5. Republic by Plato, C. D. C. Reeve, 2004-09-30
  6. The Symposium (Penguin Classics) by Plato, 2003-04-29
  7. Symposium by Plato, 1989-05
  8. The Collected Dialogues of Plato: Including the Letters (Bollingen Series LXXI) by Plato, 2005-09-15
  9. Plato, Not Prozac!: Applying Eternal Wisdom to Everyday Problems by Lou Marinoff, 2000-08-01
  10. Symposium (Oxford World's Classics) by Plato, 2009-01-15
  11. Plato: Apology (Greek Edition) by Plato, 1997-03-01
  12. Plato: Timaeus, Critias, Cleitophon, Menexenus, Epistles (Loeb Classical Library No. 234) (v. 9) by Plato, 1929-01-01
  13. Critias by Plato, 2010-01-29
  14. Four Texts on Socrates: Plato's Euthyphro, Apology, and Crito and Aristophanes' Clouds by Thomas G. West, Grace Starry West, 1998-10

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24. Plato And His Dialogues : Welcome - Platon Et Ses Dialogues : Bienvenue
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25. Exploring Plato's Dialogues: Bibliography Of Print Resources
Features a searchable listing of articles and essays, bibliographies, book reviews, lecture notes, maps and images, and primary texts.


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Bibliography of Print Resources The History and Culture of Plato's Athens
  • Cohen, David. Law, Violence and Community in Classical Athens . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
  • Davies, J. K. Democracy and Classical Greece . Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1978.
  • Dodds, E. R. The Greeks and the Irrational . Berkeley: University of California Press, 1951.
  • Dover, Kenneth. Greek Popular Morality in the Time of Plato and Aristotle . Oxford: Blackwell, 1974.
  • Gomme, A. W. The Population of Athens in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1933.
  • Havelock, Eric Alfred. The Greek Concept of Justice: from its Shadow in Homer to its Substance in Plato . Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978.
  • Havelock, Eric Alfred. The Literate Revolution in Greece and its Cultural Consequences . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1982.

26. Björn's Guide To Philosophy - Plato
Biography. plato was born in Athens of an aristocratic family. Other plato sites.plato Page by Christopher S. Planeaux plato - from 'Heroes Homepage'
c. 429-347BC
    Plato was born in Athens of an aristocratic family. He recounts in the Seventh Letter , which, if genuine, is part of his autobiography, that the spectacle of the politics of his day brought him to the conclusion that only philosophers could be fit to rule. After the death of Socrates in 399, he travelled extensively. During this period he made his first trip to Sicily, with whose internal politics he became much entangled. He visited Sicily at least three times in all and may have been richly subsidised by Dionysius. On return from Sicily he began formal teaching at what became the Academy.
    Plato is generally regarded as the inventor of the philosphical argument as we know it, and many would claim that the depth and range of his thought have never been surpassed.
    Plato's fame rests on his Dialogues, which are all preserved. They are usually divided in three periods, early, middle, and late. The early dialogues establish the figure of Sokrates, portrayed as endlessly questioning, shattering the false claims of his contemporaries. The middle dialogues are not in dialogue form and do not exhibit the Socratic method. The middle dialogues defend the doctrines commonly thought of as Platonism. In the late works, especially the last and longest dialogue, the Laws, Plato returns to the character of the ideal republic in a more sober manner, with civic piety and religion taking much of the burden of education away from philosophy.

27. Institute Of Metahistory
Includes Viatcheslav Koudriavtsev's hypothesis (on a single lengthy page of text) on the location of plato's Atlantis the Celtic Shelf in the north-eastern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Expedition funds are being sought.
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28. Plato And His Dialogues: A Short Biography Of Plato
As an introduction to a new interpretive theory of plato's dialogues,this page presents a short biography of plato. © 1996
Bernard SUZANNE Last updated September 30, 2001 Plato and his dialogues : Home Biography - Works and links to them History of interpretation New hypotheses - Map of dialogues : table version or non tabular version . Tools : Index of persons and locations Detailed and synoptic chronologies - Maps of Ancient Greek World . Site information : About the author " Mankind will not get rid of its evils until either the class of those who philosophize in truth and rectitude reach political power or those most powerful in cities, under some divine dispensation, really get to philosophizing. " VIIth Letter, 326a-b Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers , no earlier than the third century AD. And these bear very little resemblance with what we expect from a biography nowadays. To make things worse, Plato almost never talks about himself in his dialogues (he does so only twice, once in the Apology and once in the , each time in connection with the trial and death of Socrates). But, if we accept the authenticity of the VIIth Letter (which I do), we have there the closest thing to an autobiography we can dream of owing to the scarcity of our sources, though quite limited in scope despite its late date in Plato's life (it could not have been written before Dion's assassination in 354 BC, to which it refers, that is, at a time Plato was over 70).

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30. The Internet Classics Archive | The Republic By Plato
The Republic By plato Written 360 BCE Translated by Benjamin JowettThe Republic has been divided into the following sections The


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32. Greek Philosophy: Plato
The most famous of Socrates's pupils was an aristocratic young mannamed plato. After the death of Socrates, plato carried on much


The Republic , and, next to his account of Socrates's trial, The Apology The Republic is one of the single most influential works in Western philosophy. Essentially, it deals with the central problem of how to live a good life; this inquiry is shaped into the parallel questions (a) what is justice in the State, or what would an ideal State be like, and (b) what is a just individual? Naturally these questions also encompass many others, such as how the citizens of a state should be educated, what kinds of arts should be encouraged, what form its government should take, who should do the governing and for what rewards, what is the nature of the soul, and finally what (if any) divine sanctions and afterlife should be thought to exist. The dialogue, then, covers just about every aspect of Plato's thought. There are several central aspects to the dialogue that sum up Platonic thought extremely well: a.) what the nature of justice is; b.) the nature of an ideal republic; and c.) the allegory of the cave and the divided line, both of which explain Plato's theory of forms. The Nature of Justice . The question which opens this immense dialogue is: what is justice? Several inadequate definitions are put forward, but the most emphatically presented definition is given by a young Sophist, Thrasymachus. He defines justice as whatever the strongest decide it is, and that the strong decide that whatever is in their best interest is just (review again the Athenian position in

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34. Greek Philosophy: Plato, The Allegory Of The Cave, The Divided Line
plato's line is also a hierarchy the things at the top (first principles) have moretruth and more existence; the things at the bottom (the reflections) have
The Divided Line ( The Republic , Book VI)
Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon
The Allegory of the Cave ( The Republic , Book VII)
Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Better to be the poor servant of a poor master, and to endure anything, rather than think as they do and live after their manner? Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates Glaucon Socrates
If you understand this first distinction, the much more difficult division of the intelligible world will make more sense. Think over this carefully: the visible world, that is, the world you see, has two kinds of visible objects in it. The first kind are shadows and reflections, that is, objects you see but aren't really there but derive from the second type of visible objects, that is, those that you see and are really there. The relation of the visible world to the intelligible world is identical to the relation of the world of reflections to the world of visible things that are real.
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37. Plato
A brief discussion of the life and works of plato, with links to electronic textsand additional information. plato (427347 BCE). plato, The Republic , tr.
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The son of wealthy and influential Athenian parents, Plato began his philosophical career as a student of Socrates . When the master died, Plato travelled to Egypt and Italy, studied with students of Pythagoras , and spent several years advising the ruling family of Syracuse. Eventually, he returned to Athens and established his own school of philosophy at the Academy. For students enrolled there, Plato tried both to pass on the heritage of a Socratic style of thinking and to guide their progress through mathematical learning to the achievement of abstract philosophical truth. The written dialogues on which his enduring reputation rests also serve both of these aims. In his earliest literary efforts, Plato tried to convey the spirit of Socrates's teaching by presenting accurate reports of the master's conversational interactions , for which these dialogues are our primary source of information. Early dialogues are typically devoted to investigation of a single issue, about which a conclusive result is rarely achieved. Thus, the Euqufrwn Euthyphro ) raises a significant doubt about whether morally right action can be defined in terms of divine approval by pointing out a significant dilemma about any appeal to authority in defence of moral judgments. The

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