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av Vigdis Songe-Møller
This article discusses some of the arguments in Republic X for banning tragic poetry from the ideal state. It concentrates on Plato’s treatment of mourning, which serves as a ...
(side 111-125)
av Hayden W. Ausland
Several levels on which Platos Republic needs to be read receive special illumination from the terms of Socrates criticism of mimetic poetry in book 10.
(side 129-135)
av Hallvard J. Fossheim
Plato chastises magic as irrational. But at the same time, Plato himself is a magician. His insight that the human soul is irreducibly irrational is crucial to the design of ...
(side 137-147)
av Cynthia Freeland
Plato’s critique of art in Republic X is notorious as the first philosophical proposal to censor art in society. Censorship continues to be debated and it even appears in ...
(side 148-159)
av Knut Ågotnes
In this paper I will present some arguments for the claim that Socrates’ contention that he has knowledge about knowledge lacks a sound foundation. Even if the Republic suggests that ...
(side 162-173)
av Sarah E. Worth
Plato was the first philosopher to examine the paradox of fiction. In this article I begin with an explication of Plato’s concerns about poetry in his republic and from ...
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