The Complete Works of Plato [Annotated]

The Complete Works of Plato [Annotated]

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This edition contains the complete works of Plato translated by Benjamin Jowett (1817-1893) of the University of Oxford. Also included are lengthy and insightful introductions by Jowett. The works presented here are generally agreed by most scholars to be attributed to Plato.

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This edition contains the complete works of Plato translated by Benjamin Jowett (1817-1893) of the University of Oxford. Also included are lengthy and insightful introductions by Jowett. The works presented here are generally agreed by most scholars to be attributed to Plato.

This book has been meticulously converted to the Kindle format for great readability and easy navigation.


Works Included:

The Apology
Charmides
Cratylus
Critias
Crito
Euthydemus
Euthyphro
Gorgias
Ion
Laches
Laws
Lesser Hippias
Lysis
Meno
Menexenus
Parmenides
Phaedo
Phaedrus
Philebus
Protagoras
The Republic
The Seventh Letter
Sophist
Statesman
Symposium
Theaetetus
Timaeus

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014193603
Publisher:
Latus ePublishing
Publication date:
04/02/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
7 MB

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Complete Works of Plato 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a deal to stumble upon the complete works of Plato all in one e-book and all for really cheap. This is why I love the Nook. The formatting of this book is great, it is easy on the eyes and of course all the great pieces like "Republic" and "the Trial of Socrates" are here. Just a great value all around
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This does offer some fairly easy to read texts from Plato. The title is misleading--his dialogue "Phaedo" is absent from the collection, and I've not checked to see what else might be missing. The table of contents is incorrect and the hyperlinks don't work. This still is an excellent collection of philosophy for reading, but students be warned: it lacks the margin numbers (the Stephanus numbers) to be able to properly cite the work.