[Incomplete] From the Old Academy to Later Neo-Platonism by Harold Tarrant

By Harold Tarrant

This quantity collects a collection of papers on old Platonism that span the 9 centuries among Plato himself and his commentator Olympiodorus within the sixth century, lots of them much less effortless to acquire. a lot of the paintings is on the intersection of philosophy and literature, and a recurrent target is to problem current orthodoxies and to signify choices. additional similar goals are to motivate the rereading of Plato within the mild of the later culture, and the culture within the mild of influential passages of Plato. The articles are grouped the following in 3 sections, dealing first with Socrates, Plato and the outdated Academy, then with the Platonic revival and the second century advert, and eventually with later Neoplatonism.

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