OUT OF PLATO'S CAVE: THE NATURAL HISTORY OF TIME
- The Habitation of the Word. Gass, William H. // Kenyon Review;Fall84, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p85
Examines the use of language and the theory of knowledge in Plato's 'Phaedrus.' Expression of quantitative law; Relationship between ideas and things; Theory of language; Rhetoric.
- Three Disappearing Ladders in Plato. Dorter, Kenneth // Philosophy & Rhetoric;1996, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p279
The article presents information on various issues related to Platonic philosophy. The crucial importance of rhetoric for Plato is most evident in the book "Phaedrus," where Plato, after devoting the first half of the dialogue to "eros" and the love of wisdom, devotes the second half to...
- Out of the past. Hamilton, W. // ONE;Oct55, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p16
This article presents a reprint of extracts from the book 'Symposium,' by Plato. States of mind between wisdom and ignorance; Concept of good; Object of love.
- PLATO ON COMPULSORY LEARNING. // Education;Feb1941, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p343
This article presents a quote from famous educationist Plato. He quotes on compulsory learning and acquisition of knowledge.
- Perspectives, Pluralism, Showing and Saying. Kennedy, Kevin // Topoi;Oct2011, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p103
This paper reflects on a number of metaphysical and epistemological aspects of theatrical performance and the theatrical aspects of some philosophical writing. It tries to demonstrate that both philosophy and theater say and show philosophical truths while also giving some evidence for the truth...
- LIFELESS WRITINGS OR LIVING SCRIPT?: THE LIFE OF LAW IN PLATO, MIDDLE PLATONISM, AND JEWISH PLATONIZERS. Lane, Melissa S. // Cardozo Law Review;Feb2013, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p937
The article focuses on the concerns related to living script or lifeless writings that depicts the life of law in Plato, philosopher of classical Greece, and Platonism, Plato's philosophy. It discusses the problems relating to written law and necessities of law that include precise knowledge and...
- On Plato's Theory of Forms. LIU Piyong // Canadian Social Science;8/31/2013, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p206
Plato was not only the founder of modern philosophy, but also the first to systematically philosophize about the arts. He has a deep influence on western culture including a strong influence on the arts, and on theories of art. However, in the case of the arts and aesthetic theory that influence...
- Meinong, Russell e a Barba de PlatÃ£o. DE LIMA SANTOS, HENRIQUE // Revista UrutÃ¡gua;nov2013-abr2014, Issue 29, p64
The "problem of the things that are not" has long walking hand in hand with philosophy, since from the very beginning, the philosophy is faced with this great puzzle. In this article we analyze on the problem of "non-being", or the problem, according to Quine, the Beard of Plato. First, we will...
- Plato's Critique of the Poets and the Misunderstanding of his Epistemological Argumentation. Weigmann, Hermann // Philosophy & Rhetoric;Spring1990, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p109
This article focuses on Plato's critique of the poets and the misunderstanding of his epistemological argumentation. Regardless of any difference between the two disciplines of rhetoric and aesthetics, it remains true in principle that they are concerned with a single realm of objects, i.e.,...