The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 4: Plato's Parmenides

The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 4: Plato's Parmenides

Hardcover(Revised Edition)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780300066166
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 06/28/1997
Series: The Dialogues of Plato
Edition description: Revised Edition
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.31(w) x 9.47(h) x 1.01(d)

Table of Contents

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ABBREVIATIONS ix(2)
PREFACE xi
PARMENIDES
Translation
1(66)
Comment
67(274)
Introductory Conversation (126a-127a)
69(3)
Characters and Setting (127a-d)
72(4)
Part I. Zeno's Paradox and the Theory of Forms (127d-130a) 76(28)
Zeno's Paradox (127d-128e)
76(13)
Socrates' Solution to Zeno's Paradox (128e-130a)
89(15)
Part II. Parmenides' Criticisms of the Theory of Forms (130a-135d) 104(103)
Separation and the Extent of Ideas (130a-e)
113(15)
The Dilemma of Participation (131a-c)
128(17)
The Paradox of Divisibility (131c-e)
145(7)
The Largeness Regress (131e-132b)
152(15)
Ideas as Thoughts (132b-c)
167(12)
Ideas as Paradigms
179(14)
Separation and Unknowability (133a-134e)
193(10)
Conclusion (134e-135d)
203(4)
Part III. The Hypotheses about Unity (135d-166c) 207(134)
Introduction (135d-137c)
207(21)
First Hypothesis, First Deduction (137c-142a)
228(18)
First Hypothesis, Second Deduction (142b-155e)
246(60)
First Hypothesis, Third Deduction (155e-157b)
306(6)
Second Hypothesis, First Deduction (157b-159b)
312(8)
Second Hypothesis, Second Deduction (159b-160b)
320(1)
Conclusion of the First and Second Hypotheses (160b)
321(2)
Third Hypothesis, First Deduction (160b-163b)
323(13)
Third Hypothesis, Second Deduction (163b-164b)
336(1)
Fourth Hypothesis, First Deduction (164b-165e)
336(2)
Fourth Hypothesis, Second Deduction (165e-166c)
338(1)
Conclusion
338(3)
INDEX 341

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