Platonic Legacies

Review of Metaphysics 59 (1):198-200 (2005)
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Viewable as either a development or an introduction to Dr. Sallis's earlier work, Chorology: On Beginning in Plato's Timaeus, the present volume exhibits the continuing relevance of the thought of the Platonic dialogues from Plotinus and Augustine to Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Arendt, along with the writings of more recent philosophers and scholars, including Reiner Schuermann, Charles Scott, and Dennis J. Schmidt. These eight carefully crafted essays are superb dialogues with these writers and their thinking on Platonism, developing, enlarging, and supplementing those thoughts in relation to Platonic texts. These essays anticipate, reflect, and recollect one another; it would require more than a simple review to reveal the riches of even one of them. The work also contains a general index, which includes reference to thirty-nine German words or phrases and a separate Greek index of ninety-seven words and phrases.



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