The Oxford Handbook of Plato offers 20 chapters, newly commissioned
and written by leading scholars, on Plato's dialogues and the
basic philosophical issues of interest to Plato which remain
central in philosophy to this day.
The collection succeeds remarkably well in offering fresh perspectives on a number of themes in Plato's work while avoiding excessive scholarly wrangling or overly technical discussions of individual passages... the collection accomplishes what should be its primary purpose -- turning readers toward Plato with a fresh set of interpretive perspectives and questions for further exploration. Ravi Sharma, Bryn Mawr Classical Review ...this is an excellent volume through and through...a fine book that will be of some use to scholars, and even more to beginners and others who want to get a sense of some of the issues scholars must confront in the study of Plato. Nicholas D. Smith, Polis
Gail Fine is Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University and Senior Research Fellow at Merton College, Oxford. She is the author of On Ideas (1993) and of Plato on Knowledge and Forms: Selected Essays (2003), and the editor of Plato 1: Metaphysics and Epistemology and of Plato 2: Ethics, Politics, Religion and the Soul (Oxford University Press 1999), both in the Oxford Readings in Philosophy series.
Introduction Plato in His Time and Place The Platonic Corpus Plato's Ways of Writing: Representation and Reflection The Epistemology and Metaphysics of Socrates Socratic Ethics and Moral Psychology Plato's Epistemology Plato's Metaphysics Plato's Philosophy of Language Plato on the Soul Plato's Ethics Plato on Love Plato's Politics Plato on Education and Art The Republic The Parmenides The Theaetetus The Sophist: How Plato Poses and Solves Two Problems about Statements The Timaeus and the Principles of Cosmology The Philebus Plato and Aristotle in the Academy: An Aristotelian Criticism of Platonic Forms Plato and Platonism BIBLIOGRPAHY
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