Platonic Transformations [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 52 (4):970-972 (1999)
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Adriaan Peperzak’s book is a thoughtful and wide-ranging study of Plato’s “fecund transformability”. At its deepest level it is both a quest for a truly philosophic response to philosophic texts generally and an inquiry into the nature of philosophy itself.



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