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Works by Plato with Introductions

 
 
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Selected Individual Works by Plato with Introductions and translations by Benjamin Jowett. From The University of Adelaide Library.

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Introduction to the Apology

Apology


INTRODUCTION to the Cratylus

CRATYLUS


INTRODUCTION to the Gorgias

GORGIAS


INTRODUCTION to Plato's Ion

ION


INTRODUCTION to the Meno

MENO


INTRODUCTION to the Phaedrus

PHAEDRUS


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INTRODUCTION AND ANALYSIS of Plato's Republic.

BOOK I.

BOOK II.

BOOK III.

BOOK IV.

BOOK V.

BOOK VI.

BOOK VII.

BOOK VIII.

BOOK IX.

BOOK X.

THE REPUBLIC.
  1. OF WEALTH, JUSTICE, MODERATION, AND THEIR OPPOSITES
  2. THE INDIVIDUAL, THE STATE, AND EDUCATION
  3. THE ARTS IN EDUCATION
  4. WEALTH, POVERTY, AND VIRTUE
  5. ON MATRIMONY AND PHILOSOPHY
  6. THE PHILOSOPHY OF GOVERNMENT
  7. ON SHADOWS AND REALITIES IN EDUCATION
  8. FOUR FORMS OF GOVERNMENT
  9. ON WRONG OR RIGHT GOVERNMENT, AND THE PLEASURES OF EACH
  10. THE RECOMPENSE OF LIFE
INTRODUCTION to the Symposium.

SYMPOSIUM


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Introduction and Analysis of the Theaetetus

Theaetetus


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Introduction and Analysis of Timaeus

Timaeus


Derived from Dialogues of Plato, by Benjamin Jowett. 3rd edition. 1891.

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