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Plato's 'Republic'

A Reader's Guide

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Plato's 'Republic' by Luke Purshouse
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The book will follow the general outline of the Reader's Guides series. It will begin by setting the work in context, giving a brief biography of Plato, examining his relationship with Socrates, discussing the relationship between the Republic and Plato's other works and introducing the Athenian institutions examined in the Republic. The major themes discussed in the Republic are introduced and discussed in brief, before embarking on a more detailed discussion of the key sections and passages in the Reading the Text section. Here, the author will outline and comment on the claims made in the key passages, suggesting criticism where appropriate and providing questions for further thought. (See Full Contents for further details) A section on Reception and Influence will discuss some of the numerous areas of subsequent thought the Republic has impacted upon, including Aristotle, Plato's influence on Kant's ehtics and Popper's virulent criticism of Plato as an 'enemy of the open society'. A section on Further Reading will contain advice on various translations of the Republic, a guide to some other useful commentaries on the text and information on books and articles about specific topics.

Author Biography

Luke Purshouse teaches at Malvern College, Worcestershire.
Release date Australia
October 10th, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
Annotated edition
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Pages
168
Dimensions
216x140x12
ISBN-13
9780826474667
Product ID
1735653

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