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The Cambridge companion to Plato's Republic

edited by G.R.F. Ferrari.
  • Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
  • xxvi, 533 pages : illustrations; 23 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • 1. protreptic rhetoric of the Republic / Harvey Yunis
  • 2. place of the Republic in Plato's political thought / Christopher Rowe
  • 3. Rewriting the poets in Plato's characters / David K. O'Connor
  • 4. Wise guys and smart alecks in Republic 1 and 2 / Roslyn Weiss
  • 5. Justice and virtue : the Republic's inquiry into proper difference / Aryeh Kosman
  • 6. noble lie / Malcolm Schofield
  • 7. three-part soul / G. R. F. Ferrari
  • 8. Eros in the Republic / Paul W. Ludwig
  • 9. utopian character of Plato's ideal city / Donald R. Morrison
  • 10. Philosophy, the forms, and the art of ruling / David Sedley
  • 11. Sun and line : the role of the good / Nicholas Denyer
  • 12. Beginning the "longer way" / Mitchell Miller
  • 13. city-soul analogy / Norbert Blossner
  • 14. unhappy tyrant and the craft of inner rule / Richard D. Parry
  • 15. What is imitative poetry and why is it bad? / Jessica Moss
  • 16. life-and-death journey of the soul : interpreting the myth of Er / Stephen Halliwell.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 474-510) and indexes.
ISBN
  • 9780521839631 (hardback)
  • 0521839637 (hardback)
  • 9780521548427 (pbk.)
  • 052154842X (pbk.)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 2006029156
  • OCLC: 71581517
  • OCLC: 71581517