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Plato : Clitophon.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Cambridge Classical Texts and CommentariesPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (378 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511149962
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Plato: ClitophonDDC classification:
  • 184
LOC classification:
  • B391.C52 E5 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ABBREVIATIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- I PROLEGOMENA TO THE DIALOGUE -- I.I Introduction -- I.2 Summary and analysis of composition -- A. PROLOGUE (406a1-407a4) -- B. CLITOPHON'S REPORT (407a5-410b3) -- C. CLITOPHON'S VERDICT (410b3-e8) -- I.3 Is the Clitophon unfinished? -- I.3.1 Historical Survey -- I.3.2 The problem -- I.4 The Clitophon as a Short Dialogue -- I.4.1 The question of genre -- 1.4.2 Short dialogues and the Clitophon -- I.5 The characters of the dialogue -- 1.5.1 Levels of discourse -- 1.5.2 Socrates -- 1.5.3 Clitophon -- II MEANING AND AUTHENTICITY -- II.1 Philosophical protreptic in the fourth century BCE -- II.1.1 Definitions -- II.1.2 Protreptic among the sophists -- II.1.3 The protreptic corpus -- II.1.4 Early theories of philosophical protreptic -- II.1.4.1 Xenophon, Memorabilia 1.4.1 -- II.2 Protreptic in the Clitophon -- II.2.1 The Clitophon derived from one source -- II.2.1.1 The Clitophon and Dio's thirteenth Oration -- II.2.2 The structure of the protreptic speech -- II.2.3 Protreptic motifs in Socrates' speech -- II.2.3.1 First part -- II.2.3.2 Second part -- II.2.3.3 Third part -- II.2.4 Conclusions -- II.3 Protreptic in Plato -- II.3.1 Elenchos… -- II.3.2 Elenchos in practice -- II.3.3 Implicit and explicit protreptic in the Apology -- II.3.4 Protreptic in the Euthydemus -- II.3.5 Protreptic and dialogue -- II.4 Elenchos in the Clitophon -- II.4.1 The art of the soul's perfection -- II.4.2 The result of justice -- II.4.3 Aporia and progress -- II.5 Justice in the Clitophon -- II.5.1 Beneficial, fitting, useful, profitable -- II.5.2 Friendship in cities -- II.5.3 To benefit friends and harm enemies -- II.5.4 Politics, judication, justice -- II.5.5 Conclusions -- II.6 The meaning of the Clitophon -- II.7 Date and authenticity -- II.7.1 Date.
II.7.2 Language and style -- II.7.3 Authenticity -- TEXT AND TRANSLATION -- CONSPECTUS SIGLORUM -- CLITOPHON -- COMMENTARY -- COMMENTARY -- APPENDIX I: THE ENDING OF ARISTOTLE'S PROTREPTICUS -- APPENDIX I I: NOTE ON THE TEXT -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- A. Works concerning the Clitophon -- B. General -- INDEXES -- 1 LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INDEX -- 2 GRAMMATICAL INDEX -- 3 INDEX OF GREEK WORDS -- 4 INDEX OF PASSAGES CITED.
Summary: A text with translation, introduction and commentary of a dialogue ascribed to Plato, first published in 1999.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ABBREVIATIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- I PROLEGOMENA TO THE DIALOGUE -- I.I Introduction -- I.2 Summary and analysis of composition -- A. PROLOGUE (406a1-407a4) -- B. CLITOPHON'S REPORT (407a5-410b3) -- C. CLITOPHON'S VERDICT (410b3-e8) -- I.3 Is the Clitophon unfinished? -- I.3.1 Historical Survey -- I.3.2 The problem -- I.4 The Clitophon as a Short Dialogue -- I.4.1 The question of genre -- 1.4.2 Short dialogues and the Clitophon -- I.5 The characters of the dialogue -- 1.5.1 Levels of discourse -- 1.5.2 Socrates -- 1.5.3 Clitophon -- II MEANING AND AUTHENTICITY -- II.1 Philosophical protreptic in the fourth century BCE -- II.1.1 Definitions -- II.1.2 Protreptic among the sophists -- II.1.3 The protreptic corpus -- II.1.4 Early theories of philosophical protreptic -- II.1.4.1 Xenophon, Memorabilia 1.4.1 -- II.2 Protreptic in the Clitophon -- II.2.1 The Clitophon derived from one source -- II.2.1.1 The Clitophon and Dio's thirteenth Oration -- II.2.2 The structure of the protreptic speech -- II.2.3 Protreptic motifs in Socrates' speech -- II.2.3.1 First part -- II.2.3.2 Second part -- II.2.3.3 Third part -- II.2.4 Conclusions -- II.3 Protreptic in Plato -- II.3.1 Elenchos… -- II.3.2 Elenchos in practice -- II.3.3 Implicit and explicit protreptic in the Apology -- II.3.4 Protreptic in the Euthydemus -- II.3.5 Protreptic and dialogue -- II.4 Elenchos in the Clitophon -- II.4.1 The art of the soul's perfection -- II.4.2 The result of justice -- II.4.3 Aporia and progress -- II.5 Justice in the Clitophon -- II.5.1 Beneficial, fitting, useful, profitable -- II.5.2 Friendship in cities -- II.5.3 To benefit friends and harm enemies -- II.5.4 Politics, judication, justice -- II.5.5 Conclusions -- II.6 The meaning of the Clitophon -- II.7 Date and authenticity -- II.7.1 Date.

II.7.2 Language and style -- II.7.3 Authenticity -- TEXT AND TRANSLATION -- CONSPECTUS SIGLORUM -- CLITOPHON -- COMMENTARY -- COMMENTARY -- APPENDIX I: THE ENDING OF ARISTOTLE'S PROTREPTICUS -- APPENDIX I I: NOTE ON THE TEXT -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- A. Works concerning the Clitophon -- B. General -- INDEXES -- 1 LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INDEX -- 2 GRAMMATICAL INDEX -- 3 INDEX OF GREEK WORDS -- 4 INDEX OF PASSAGES CITED.

A text with translation, introduction and commentary of a dialogue ascribed to Plato, first published in 1999.

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