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Platonic studies / Gregory Vlastos.

2nd print., with corrections.. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1981.
ISBN 0691071624, 0691100217, 9780691100210, 9780691071626

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Subjects Plato.
Description xx, 478 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes "Second edition"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents The individual as object of love in Plato -- A metaphysical paradox -- Degrees of reality in Plato -- Reasons and causes in the Phaedo -- Justic and happiness in the Republic -- Does slavery exist in Plato's Republic -- Slavery in Plato's thought -- Isonomia politkh -- Socratic knowledge and Platonic "Pessimism" -- The unity of the virtues in the Protagoras -- An ambiguity in the Sophist -- The "two-level paradoxes" in Aristotle -- Self-predication and self-participation in Plato's later period -- Plato's "Third man" argument: text and logic -- Plato's supposed theory of irregular atomic figures -- Plato on knowledge and reality -- On Plato's oral doctrine -- A note on "Pauline predications" in Plato -- What did Socrates understand by his "What is F" question? -- Socrates on the "The parts of virtue".
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm08350154
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