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M. M. McCabe presents a selection of her essays which explore the Platonic method of conversation: how it may inform our understanding both of Plato and of his predecessors and successors, and how its centrality accounts for the connections between argument, knowledge, and virtue in the texts McCabe examines.
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How does Plato view his philosophical antecedents? Plato and his Predecessors considers how Plato represents his philosophical predecessors in a late quartet of dialogues: the Theaetetus, the Sophist, the Politicus and the Philebus. Why is it that...
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Clifford Cunningham, Sun News Miami [A] richly complex book... This collection of essays should be read by anyone interested not just in ancient philosophy, but by graduate students in other fields to show them how to think critically and, if necessary, upset the proverbial apple cart.
P. A. Streveler, CHOICE Appropriate for serious students of Plato, this book requires keen intellectual attention the effort is rewarded by extraordinary insights into the genius of Plato's dialogues. Excellent bibliography and index. Highly recommended.
Malcolm Schofield, Mind This is a book from which anyone tempted to pick up their Plato and wrestle with him will greatly profit.
Mary Margaret McCabe works on ancient philosophy, ethics, and the philosophy of medicine; she has published mostly on Plato but also on the Presocratics, on Aristotle, and on the Stoics. She was Fellow in Classics at New Hall, Cambridge, from 1981 to 1990; in 1990 she moved to King's College London, and was Professor of Ancient Philosophy there from 1998 to 2014. She has spent extended periods in the USA (at Princeton, Harvard, and elsewhere) and will be the 2016-7 Sather Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, delivering the Sather lectures. She is much engaged with the nature and future of the universities, and of philosophy in the universities; she was President of the British Philosophical Association from 2009 to 2012, and will be the President of the Mind Association in 2016-7.
Preface ; Acknowledgements ; 1. Introduction ; I ON DIALECTIC AND METHOD ; 2. Heraclitus and the art of paradox ; 3. 'The moving posset stands still': Heraclitus fragment 125 ; 4. Parmenides' dilemma ; 5. Myth, allegory, and argument in Plato ; 6. Dialectic is as dialectic does ; 7. Does your Plato bite? ; 8. Unity in the Parmenides: the unity of the Parmenides ; II ON KNOWLEDGE AND VIRTUE IN PLATO ; 9. Looking inside Charmides' cloak ; 10. 'Escaping one's own notice knowing': Meno's paradox again ; 11. From the cradle to the cave: what happened to self-knowledge in the Republic? ; 12. Indifference readings: Plato and the Stoa on Socratic Ethics ; 13. Out of the labyrinth: Plato's attack on consequentialism ; III ON ARISTOTLE'S CONVERSATIONS WITH PLATO ; 14. 'Perceiving that we see and hear': Aristotle on Plato on judgement and reflection ; 15. Some conversations with Plato: Aristotle, Metaphysics Z. 13-16 ; 16. 1. With mirrors or without: self-perception in Eudemian Ethics 7.12 ; Bibliography of works cited ; Index locorum ; General Index