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This is an English translation of Plato’s Socratic dialogue attempting to achieve a definition of virtue that applies equally to all particular virtues and serves as a great introduction to Socratic dialogues. It contains a short introduction, notes, standard Stephanus numbers, speech numbers, and an appendix containing a unique gallery of step-by-step geometrical diagrams. It also includes illustrations, a bibliography, and a glossary.
Focus Philosophical Library translations are close to and are non-interpretative of the original text, with the notes and a glossary intending to provide the reader with some sense of the terms and the concepts as they were understood by Plato’s immediate audience.
English translation of Platos a Socratic dialogue attempting to achieve a definition of virtue that applies equally to all particular virtues and serves as a great introduction to Socratic dialogues.
English translation of Plato’s Socratic dialogue which attempts to achieve a definition of virtue that applies equally to all particular virtues. Includes an introduction, notes, and geometrical diagrams that follow the process of thought described in the dialogue itself.
About the Author
George Anastaplo is Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago, a lecturer in the liberal arts at the University of Chicago and professor emeritus of political science and of philosophy at Dominican University. He is the author of numerous books, and he has translated Plato's "Meno" for Focus Publishing, as well as edited two volumes of readings on Liberty.
Laurence Berns (1928-2011) earned his PhD from the University of Chicago and was a Tutor at St John's College, Annapolis for many years where he enjoyed a long and distinguished career.
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