Socratic Humanism, by Laszlo Versényi. With a foreword by Robert S. Brumbaugh.


New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press, 1963.

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Subjects Humanism.
Morale.
Socrate.
Socrates.
Sophists (Greek philosophy)
Description xiii, 187 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The climate of sophistry. Protagoras: Relativism, Educational theory and practice ; Gorgias ; Later sophistry: The nature-convention controversy, Religious criticism, The abuse of rhetoric. -- Socratic humanism. Human good ; Human excellence ; Method ; Dialogue-form ; Eros ; Trial and death ; Epilogue. -- Appendix: The Socratic problem.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)282714
(OCoLC)ocm00282714
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WorldCat Identities Versenyi, Laszlo.
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