Plato, Socrates, and the Dialogues
Professor Sugrue delivers sixteen lectures on discussions between Plato and Socrates, commonly known as the Dialogues.
|Main Author:||Sugrue, Michael.|
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[Springfield, VA] :
8 audiocassettes : analog, Dolby processed + 2 course guides (22 cm.)
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Table of Contents:
- pt. 2: The domain of the Dialogues ; What Socratic dialogue is not ; The examined life ; Tragedy in the philosophic age of the Greeks ; Republic I, Justice, power, knowledge ; Republic II-V, Soul and city ; Republic VI-X, The architecture of reality ; Laws, The legacy of Cephalus
- pt. 2: Protagoras, The dialectic of the many and the one ; Gorgias, The temptation to speak ; Parmenides, Most true ; Sophist & statesman, The formal disintegration of justice ; Phaedrus, Hymn to love ; Symposium, The pride of love ; The platonic achievement ; The living voice.