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Θεαίτητος.pdf Theaetetus the Sophist and the Statesman are a trilogy of Platonic dialogues that show Socrates formulating his conception of philosophy as he prepares the defense for his trial Originally published tTheaetetus the Sophist and the Statesman are a trilogy of Platonic dialogues that show Socrates formulating his conception of philosophy as he prepares the defense for his trial Originally published together as The Being of the Beautiful these translations can be read separately or as a trilogy Each includes an introduction extensive notes and comprehensive commentary tha.

T examines the trilogy's motifs and relationshipsSeth Benardete is one of the very few contemporary classicists who combine the highest philological competence with a subtlety and taste that approximate that of the ancients At the same time he as set himself the entirely modern hermeneutical task of uncovering what the ancients preferred to keep veiled of making explicit.

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Θεαίτητος kindle Θεαίτητος eBookT examines the trilogy's motifs and relationshipsSeth Benardete is one of the very few contemporary classicists who combine the highest philological competence with a subtlety and taste that approximate that of the ancients At the same time he as set himself the entirely modern hermeneutical task of uncovering what the ancients preferred to keep veiled of making explicit.

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  1. Manuel Antão Manuel Antão says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookIf you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewTurds and Flies Theaetetus by Plato Robin Waterfield TransOriginal Review 2002 06 25I've always wondered whether a thesis can only be supported by reason Is that self evident or can we find a reason for it?Plato actually faces and tries to answer similar challenge in “Theaetetus” when he is discussing the nature of knowledge with Protagoras who is a relativist Plato offers an argument trying to show that Protagoras claim that knowledge is perception must be wrong and he achieves this by making an argument


  2. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookEpistemological Idiots Here Plato engages with the concept of ‘knowledge’ and ‘understanding’ as in many other dialogues but Theaetetus is often hailed as ‘Plato’s most sustained study of epistemology’ and is a deep investigation into the uestion ‘ What is knowledge?’ As such it is the founding document of what has come to be known as ‘epistemology’ as one of the most important branches of philosophy and went on to influence Aristotle the Stoics and the modern geography of the fieldIn comparison with most Platonic Dialogues Theaetetus is a complex and difficult work of abstract philosophical theory and attempting to summarize would only serve to make it even so The difficult topic of epistemology and its many t


  3. Roy Lotz Roy Lotz says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBook wonder is the feeling of a philosopher and philosophy begins in wonder As I slowly make my way through Plato’s works this dialogue stands out for being by far the most technical Plato discusses a uestion that has dogged every philosopher from


  4. Zadignose Zadignose says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookHello philosophy You've just convinced me that I don't know what knowledge isOkay not true actually you've pushed me in the direction I was already inclined to go and my concept of knowledge is pretty much what it already had beenThus I am guilty once again of seeking out philosophy based on the presumption that it will confirm me in what I think I already know rather than seeking to be correctedI'll think some though


  5. Bruce Bruce says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookPlato’s Theaetetus is one of his most important dialogues a work that is fundamental to the field of epistomology or the study of how we know In it Socrates discusses the subject of knowledge with the boy Theaetetus and his teacher of mathematics Theodorus In this complex work Plato explores not only his primary focus but touche


  6. Thomas Thomas says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookTheaetetus is an elaboration of the basic problem presented in Meno how can we know something if we don't alrea


  7. Amy Amy says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookSo far this is the dialogue I enjoyed the least The focus is ‘What is Knowledge?’ and supposedly this is one of the great foundations of epistemology but I found the majority of this dialogue redundant and the arguments circular or using the oppositebinary techniue Socrates relies on so heavily and I didn’t find it convincing Better luck next dialogue


  8. Caroline Caroline says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookI don’t think I’d actually read any of Plato’s dialogues before and I was expecting something different based on collouial use of the term “Socratic method” I had always pictured the student developing their own ideas while Socrates suggests other angles or brings up objections the student hasn’t thought of Instead Theaetetus hardly contribut


  9. jude jude says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookwhat is knowledge what is knowing what does it mean to know nobody knows anything knowledge might be unattainable aaaaaaanow that that's out of the way well — what is there to say? my professors have all said that the whole of philosophy is nothing but a footnote to plato and no offence but i genuinely cannot believe how true this is up to the present day perhaps even timely with the present post truth society wherein the borders of 'knowing' and 'thinking' and 'feeling' are all being blurred together like some impressionist painting i think that people ought to read this book so that they might think deeply about their own beliefs and prior conceptions of the worldin the end i finish this review with just about the highest word of praise i can muster for this book —some two and a half millennia on we're still asking ourselves the same uestion posed in this book what is knowledge really? do you know?


  10. Matthieu Matthieu says:

    PDF Plato ½ ½ Θεαίτητος PDF/EPUB ´ Θεαίτητος kindle, Θεαίτητος eBookNext to Parmenides this is probably the most rigourous'difficult' Platonic dialogue It might also be the most frustrating mainly due to the fact that the intellectual bandying about does not yield any clear definitive conclusion The dialogue asks What is knowledge? Is knowledge perception? T's response and Can one have knowledge of knowledge? In a forest of ideas and assertions along with some brilliant metaphors on the part of Socrates midwifery no answer is to be found This is certainly not the ideal entry point into all things Plato; fo


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