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|The Good in Ancient Philosophy||
For the ancient Greeks philosophy is a way of life, in which considerations about the good (agathōn) are critical. There is widespread agreement...
|Plato, Aristotle, The Peripatetics, Socrates||view|
|Plato: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo||
Set in the dramatic final days of Socrates's life, these four texts reflect a range of central philosophical themes and narrative styles. Reading...
|Philosophy, Socrates, Plato||view|
The 'Republic' is among Plato's most famous and longest works. In this course, we will read and discuss parts of Plato's text, and thereby explore...
|Philosophy, Plato, Socrates||view|
Full course with lecture notes, assignments, text analysis presentations and related study materials
|Greek philosophy, Plato, Aristotle, Knowledge, immortality, Free will, Socrates, Matter, Soul, Virtue, Justice, Happiness, Death||view|
This link takes you to a translation of Socrates' Church History.
|Socrates, Ancient rome, Late Roman, Roman empire, Early Christian, Christianity, Church history, Ecclesiastical History, Ancient history||view|
|A Map of Socrates's Apology (Handout 4)||
An analytical overview of the Apology.
|Plato, Socrates, Apology||view|
|Apology 35e–42a (Coursework 4)||
Questions and background for Socrates's second and third speeches on the Apology.
|Socrates, Plato, Apology||view|
|Euthyphro 2a–11a (Coursework 1)||
Question and Background information about (roughly) the first half of Euthyphro.
|Plato, Socrates, Euthyphro||view|
|Crito 43a–54e (Coursework 5)||
Questions and some background information for Crito.
|Socrates, Plato, Crito||view|
|Phaedo II 70a–84b (Coursework 7)||
Questions and some background information for the second part of Phaedo.
|Socrates, Plato, Phaedo||view|