Plato - Selections

Plato - Selections
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Edited by Raphael Demos

Published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY, facsimile reprint 1955

Paperback, 135mm x 200mm, 448 pages

In good condition considering. Some underlining in pink highlighter

Plato has exerted a greater influence over human thought than any other individual with the possible exception of Aristotle; this is due both to the intrinsic vitality of his ideas and to the fact that he appears at a comparatively early state in Western culture. His ideas affect the intellectual climate of our day in two important ways: first, by entering into our Christian theology and contributing especially to its doctrine of the opposition between the spirit and the flesh; secondly, by entering into our scientific mentality. Contents: Apology; Crito; Protagoras; Gorgias; Phaedo; Ion; Symposium; Phaedrus; Theaetetus; Parmenides; Philebus; Timaeus; Laws