Understanding Plato

Understanding Plato

eBook - 1987
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Baker & Taylor
Outlines Plato's life and historical background, introduces his major works, and offers a fresh approach to the interpretation of his ideas

Oxford University Press
This incisive book fills the longstanding need for a sound, reliable, and balanced guide to the whole of Plato's philosophical work. Melling describes the different stages in Plato's philosophical development, introduces his different methods and styles of philosophy, and explains why the debates were important then and what sense we can make of them now. Against the background of the ancient Greek world, Melling illuminates Plato the man, his writings, and, above all, why his ideas should be considered important two thousand years after his death.
This incisive book fills the longstanding need for a sound, reliable, and balanced guide to the whole of Plato's philosophical work. Melling describes the different stages in Plato's philosophical development, introduces his different methods and styles of philosophy, and explains why the debates were important then and what sense we can make of them now. Against the background of the ancient Greek world, Melling illuminates Plato the man, his writings, and, above all, why his ideas should be considered important two thousand years after his death.

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1987
ISBN: 9780585111513
0585111510
0192191292
9780192191298
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vi, 178 pages)

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