An Inquiry into Book VI of Plato’s Republic

Journal of Philosophical Research 24:345-364 (1999)
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This essay scrutinizes certain cardinal themes of Book VI of Plato’s Republic. After a brief inquiry into, and defense of the cogency of, the preliminary methodological groundwork for the study of Platonic dialogues and their sections, the essay probes into the VIth book

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