englischThis volume contains a selection of papers read at the Fifth Symposium Platonicum, Toronto. It contains an Index Locorum, a Subject Index and a consolidated Bibliography. The three dialogues discussed at the Symposium drew papers from scholars all over the world, including some who have produced editions and translations of one or other of them in recent years, such as Rosamond Kent Sprague ('The Euthydemus Revisited'), Louis-André Dorion ('Euthydème et Dionysodore sont-ils des Mégariques?'), Michel Narcy ('Le Socrate du Lysis est-il un sophiste?') and Michael Bordt, S.J. ('The Unity of Plato's Lysis'). Among other widely known symposiasts whose papers are included in the volume are Charles H. Kahn ('Some Puzzles in the Euthydemus'), Christopher Gill ('Protreptic and Dialectic in Plato's Euthydemus'), Christopher Rowe ('The Lysis and Symposium: aporia and euporia?'), Matthias Baltes ('Zum Status der Ideen in Platons Frühdialogen Charmides, Euthydemos, Lysis'), Thomas Alexander Szlezák ('Die Handlung der Dialoge Charmides und Euthydemos'), and Thomas C. Brickhouse and Nicholas D. Smith ('Making Things Good and Making Good Things in Socratic Philosophy'). In view of the amount of interest shown in these less often read dialogues in recent years, the appearance of this volume, in which they are examined from a multiplicity of angles, philological and philosophical, and through a variety of traditions of interpretation, is especially timely.
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