Pythagoras bound: Limit and unlimited in Plato's

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David Kolb
Bates College
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Studying Plato's "unwritten doctrines" in the light of his discussion of limit and unlimited in his dialogue Philebus. The essay raises also the question whether there is too much "atomism" in the usual presentation of Plato's Forms as individual absolute entities, rather than as themselves derived from a more fundamental limit/unlimited ontology.
Keywords Plato  Philebus  atomism  Plato's theory of Forms
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