Complete Works

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Hackett Publishing, 1997 - Philosophy - 1808 pages
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Outstanding translations by leading contemporary scholars--many commissioned especially for this volume--are presented here in the first single edition to include the entire surviving corpus of works attributed to Plato in antiquity. In his introductory essay, John Cooper explains the presentation of these works, discusses questions concerning the chronology of their composition, comments on the dialogue form in which Plato wrote, and offers guidance on approaching the reading and study of Plato's works. Also included are concise introductions by Cooper and Hutchinson to each translation, meticulous annotation designed to serve both scholar and general reader, and a comprehensive index. This handsome volume offers fine paper and a high-quality Smyth-sewn cloth binding in a sturdy, elegant edition.
  

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LITTLE SOCRATES....HE BURGEONS HIS TEACHERS WORK. #JUST AND #UNJUST MAN Read full review

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It has been years, and Plato ever remains, waiting to be re-openned and re-thought. Plato is eternally in the wings; Plato is abeyance. Read full review

Contents

Euthyphro G M A Grube 1
18
Crito G M A Grube
37
D C Reeve
101
J Levett rev Myles Burnyeat
157
Sophist Nicholas P White
235
J Rowe
294
Parmenides Mary Louise Gill and Paul Ryan
359
Philebus Dorothea Frede
398
Gorgias Donald J Zeyl
791
Meno G M A Grube
870
Greater Hippiast Paul Woodruff
898
Lesser Hippias Nicholas D Smith
922
Ion Paul Woodruff
937
Menexenus Paul Ryan
950
Clitophont Francisco J Gonzalez
965
Timaeus Donald J Zeyl
1224

Symposium Alexander Nehatnas and Paul Woodruff
457
Phaedrus Alexander Nehamas and Paul Woodruff
506
S Hutchinson
557
Second Alcibiades Anthony Kenny
596
Hipparchus Nicholas D Smith
609
Theages Nicholas D Smith
627
Laches Rosamond Kent Sprague
664
Lysis Stanley Lombardo
687
Euthydemus Rosamond Kent Sprague
708
Protagoras Stanley Lombardo and Karen Bell
746
Critias Diskin Clay
1292
Minos MalcolmSchoficld
1307
Epinomis Richard D McKirahan fr
1617
Glenn R Morrow
1634
S Hutchinson
1677
On Virtue Mark Reuter
1694
Sisyphus David Gallop
1707
Axiochus Jackson P Hershbell
1734
Index
1747
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John M. Cooper is Stuart Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University.

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