Lyceum 5 (2):67-80 (1993)

Steven Barbone
San Diego State University
Examination of the concept of "beauty" as found across Plato's works. What is beautiful may well be what substantiates sophysune, a concept that refers to orderliness and measure.
Keywords Plato  Hippias  Beauty
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