Per una nuova interpretazione di Platone
Catholic University of America Press, 1997 - Philosophy - 459 pages
"Rereads the writings of Plato in the light andperspective of the paradigm of the Tubingen School, but it doesso on the basis of very precise principles of contemporaryepistemology which render the undertaking soundly andconvincingly scientific and highly, even fascinatingly readable".
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Essential Methodological Groundwork
The Paradigms That Have Been Dominant in Plato Studies
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Anaxagoras Aristotle beautiful bipolar structure body cause Chapter claim clearly conception connected contrary cosmos Demiurge demiurgic Intelligence dialogues discussion divine Dyad Eleatic elements Eros essence explain expression frag Gaiser geometrical Greek hence highest Principles Ibid Ideal numbers important indefinite Dyad indirect tradition insofar intermediate interpretive paradigm Isnardi Parente kind knowledge Kramer Kuhn limit Lustrum material Principle mathematical matter means measure metaphysical mixture multiplicity nature Neoplatonic nonbeing normal science object ontological opposite paradigm Parmenides passage Phaedo Phaedrus Philebus philosopher Plato Plato says Plato's thought Plotinus plurality present problem produced Protarchus protology reality realm reason reference relation Republic scholars Second Voyage self-testimonies sense sensible things Seventh Letter Socrates Sophist soul speak Speusippus Statesman Stranger supreme Szlezak Theaetetus theory of Ideas Timaeus tion traditional paradigm true truth Tubingen School understand understood unity universe unlimited Unwritten Doctrines various whole writing written Xenocrates