Plato for the Modern Age

Plato for the Modern Age

Author: Robert Sherrick Brumbaugh

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 0819183563

Category: Philosophy

Page: 264

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The first one-volume introduction to Plato's biography with a complete account of his works since A.E. Taylor's. It includes a systematic explanation of Plato's theory of forms and concludes with an application of Plato's ideas to the world today. Designed as an introductory text for the beginning student of philosophy or for the general reader. Originally published in 1979 by Greenwood Press.
Plato for the Modern Age
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Pages: 264
Authors: Robert Sherrick Brumbaugh
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The first one-volume introduction to Plato's biography with a complete account of his works since A.E. Taylor's. It includes a systematic explanation of Plato's theory of forms and concludes with an application of Plato's ideas to the world today. Designed as an introductory text for the beginning student of philosophy
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