Material causality, non—being, and Plato's "hypodoche": A re-view of the "timaeus" in terms of the divided line

Apeiron 14 (1):57 (1980)

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Robert Hahn
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
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DOI 10.1515/APEIRON.1980.14.1.57
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