Garland (1990)

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The Philebus is hard to reconcile with standard interpretations of Plato’s philosophy and in this pioneering work Donald Davidson, seeks to take the Philebus at face value and to reassess Plato’s late philosophy in the light of the results. The author maintains that the approach to ethics in the Philebus represents a considerable return to the methodology of the earlier dialogues. He emphasizes Plato’s reversion to the Socratic elenchus and connects it with the startling reappearance of Socrates as the leading voice in the Philebus
Keywords Pleasure  Idea (Philosophy  One (The One in philosophy  Methodology
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Call number B381.Z7.D38 1990
ISBN(s) 0824032012   9780203095850   0415632250   9780415632256
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