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 his fascinating views on ethics, politics, metaphysics, psychology, and the nature of knowledge.
Resources for this course
|Coursework 1: 327a–354c||
Questions and background information for the second meeting.
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by R. Kraut, 2011.
|Plato's Ethics and Politics in 'The Republic'||
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by E. Brown, 2009.