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Maieusis: Essays in Ancient Philosophy in Honour of Myles Burnyeat

by Dominic Scott (Editor)

Other authors: Jonathan Barnes (Contributor), Susanne Bobzien (Contributor), Sarah Broadie (Contributor), John M. Cooper (Contributor), Nicholas Denyer (Contributor)13 more, R.J. Hankinson (Contributor), Verity Harte (Contributor), Angela Hobbs (Contributor), Thomas K. Johansen (Contributor), Melissa Lane (Contributor), G.E.R. Lloyd (Contributor), Mary Margaret McCabe (Contributor), Alexander Nehamas (Contributor), Noburu Notomi (Contributor), Malcolm Schofield (Contributor), David Sedley (Contributor), Richard Sorabji (Contributor), Robert Wardy (Contributor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0199289972, Hardcover)

Maieusis pays tribute to the highly influential work of Myles Burnyeat, whose contributions to the study of ancient philosophy have done much to enhance the profile of the subject around the world. What is distinctive about his work is his capacity to deepen our understanding of the relation between ancient and modern thought, and to combine the best of contemporary philosophy--its insights as well as its rigor--with a deep sensitivity to classical texts.

Nineteen of the world's leading experts in the field examine a wide range of topics in ancient philosophy, with a particular focus on Plato. Topics include Socrates and the nature of philosophy, the different aspects of eros in the Symposium, Republic and Phaedrus, the Phaedo's arguments for immortality, wars and warriors in Plato, and the different aspects of the cave allegory in the Republic.

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