2 edition of Subject-Index to the Dialogues of Plato of Stephens" Edition. found in the catalog.
Subject-Index to the Dialogues of Plato of Stephens" Edition.
The book contains five dialogues and there is an introduction that precedes each dialogue. The introduction is priming in nature, i.e. it can likely bias a reader’s opinion about the dialogue. Anyone willing to read Plato with clean slate mind should read the dialogues and then test their understanding by reading the introduction. Plato's Symposium and the Traditions of Ancient Fiction, Richard Hunter Some Notable Afterimages of Plato's Symposium, J. H. Lesher The Hangover of Plato's Symposium in the Italian Renaissance from Bruni () to Castiglione (), Diskin Clay
'[This] is a very good book indeed. As the author of a rival commentary, I would press the case for serious students of Rousseau to have more than one discussion of the Social Contract on their shelves, but David Lay Williams’ book sets an impressively high standard in this area. 2 Bernays has pointed out (in his valuable treatise, Die Dialoge des Aristoteles, p. ) that the first in order, nineteen in number, among the titles enumerated by Diogenes, designate Dialogues. The longest of them, those which included more than one book or section, are enumerated first of all. Some of the dialogues appear to have coincided, either in title or in subject, with some of the.
A subject-index to the Dialogues of Plato: being an index to the matters and names contained in the dialogues of Plato according to the pages of Stephens' edition / (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), by Evelyn Abbott (page images at HathiTrust) Collection of pamphlets on Plato. () (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Nota a Plato, Hippias minor b In Hp. mi. b καλόν should be taken with ἀνάθημα and not as the direct object of λέγεις. An idiomatic expression like καλόν γε λέγεις meaning «fine thing you say, fine reply», as the majority of translators renders it, apparently does not exist, the usual form being.
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A Subject-Index to the Dialogues of Plato. Being an Index to the Matters and Names according to the Pages of Stephens' Edition. PLATO. (By E.
Abbott). Published: Stock No. $ Online price Achieve higher prices than you may at auction and sell your books to us. The next great edition of the works of Plato was published by Serranus and Stephens, in the latter portion of the sixteenth century.
Serranus — his six Syzygies — left the aggregate Canon unchanged, Tennemann — importance assigned to the Phædrus. Serranus distributed the dialogues of Plato into six groups which he called Syzygies. A subject-index to the dialogues of Plato; being an index to the matters and names contained in the dialogues of Plato according to the pages of Stephens' edition.
Syntax: Selected Co-authors Countries and Regions of Publication (4. The book is not 'Plato made easy', for that would be an injustice to Plato: rather, it seeks to show that the teaching of Plato is clear and accessible, if not always easy.
The book will have succeeded in its principal aim if the reader feels encouraged to proceed to the reading of one or more entire dialogues of Plato. A philosopher, who is Plato's ideal, is a lover of wisdom, of truth, of justice, of goodness (" Republic," book vi.), of God, and, by the contemplation and imitation of his virtues, becomes like him as far as it is possible for man to resemble God (ib.
A, B). Religion, rewards and Punishment in Plato. [Date from copyright page; title continued:] Being an Index to the Matters and Names Contained in the Dialogues of Plato According to the Pages of Stephens' Edition.
64 pages. The original green cloth is in excellent shape with gilt titling still clear on ever-so-slightly bumped spine. Read Book: ISBN Number: UOM The Philosophy Of The Commentators Ad Psychology With Ethics And Religion.
Available: macOS, Windows, Android, Tablet. Get this Book. Volume 1 deals with psychology, which for the Neoplatonist commentators was the gateway to metaphysics and theology.
Selected publications The elements of Greek accidence with philological notes. A subject-index to the dialogues of Plato; being an index to the matters and names contained in the dialogues of Plato according to the pages of Stephens' edition. Clarendon Press. Plato is the best known, and continues to be the most widely studied, of all the ancient Greek philosophers.
The twenty-one newly commissioned articles in theOxford Handbook of Platoprovide in-depth and up-to-date discussions of a variety of topics and dialogues. This subject index is an invaluable aid to the study of Plato’s writings and will be of use both to those who are familiar with his works and those who are coming anew to them.
The index refers to the Stephanus pagination so that it can be used with any translation that includes this standard numbering.
A Subject Index To The Dialogues Of Plato Being An Index To The Matters And Names Contained In The Dialogues Of Plato According To The Pages Of Stephens Edition Author by: Evelyn Abbott.
A digitized version of Henri Estienne (Stephanus) complete edition in three volumes of Plato's works, greek text and latin translation, still used nowadays to reference quotations of Plato's works (see the page of this site explaining this mode of quotation), is available online and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link in.
Evelyn Abbott (/ ˈ æ b ə t /; 10 March – 3 September ) was an English classical scholar, born at Epperstone, was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, where he excelled both academically and in sports, winning the Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse inbut after a fall in his legs became paralysed.
Abbott, Evelyn, A subject-index to the Dialogues of Plato: being an index to the matters and names contained in the dialogues of Plato according to the pages of Stephens' edition / (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
About Aristotle. Aristotle was born at Stageira, in the dominion of the kings of Macedonia, in BCE. For 20 years he studied at Athens in the Academy of Plato, on whose death in he left, and, sometime later, became tutor of.
I'd rather incorporate the whole book, with Jowett as the author, to WS, and add direct links to Plato's various dialogues (with Plato as the author, Jowett as the translator).(De fideli), 6 January Better scan.
A better scan of The Dialogues of Plato, vol. i. by B. Jowett,third edition, MACMILLAN AND CO. is available at.Plato's Animals examines the crucial role played by animal images, metaphors, allusions, and analogies in Plato's Dialogues. These fourteen lively essays demonstrate that the gadflies, snakes, stingrays, swans, dogs, horses, and other animals that populate Plato's work are not just rhetorical embellishments.