The Development of Plato's Ethics

New York,Russell & Russell (1955)
It is curious, but true, that Plato has been little studied for what he has to say about the problems of action. In our total picture of Plato, which in some areas is minutely detailed, comparatively little light is thrown on the ethical preoccupations ...
Keywords Ethics, Ancient
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Call number B398.E8.G6 1972
DOI 10.2307/2216666
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