Scolnicov | Brisson
Plato's Laws: From Theory into Practice
englischThe articles in this volume are a selection of the papers presented at the Sixth Symposium Platonicum of the International Plato Society in Jerusalem.
They reflect the breadth of topics and the range of problems present in Plato's Laws: Problems of editing and literary form, rhetoric and style, Homeric quotations; the Socratic influence; soul and motion; pleasure, virtue and happiness, ethics and education, gender; public offices, economics, and philosophy of history; political philosophy and religion. Addressed are also the historical and literary contexts of the Laws, and its later repercussions. The volume includes a unified Bibliography, an Index locorum and a Subject Index.