Socrates' Discursive Democracy: Logos and Ergon in Platonic Political Philosophy

SUNY Press (1997)
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Focusing on the speeches and actions of the Platonic Socrates, this book argues that Plato's political philosophy is a crucial source for reflection on the hazards and possibilities of democratic politics.

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