Hermes 148 (3):286 (2020)

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This paper examines the influence of Euripides on Plato, reflecting the intertextuality between Euripides' Antiope und Plato's Gorgias. It is argued that the final part of the Gorgias is a serious philosophical answer to the tragic aporias, which Euripides dramatically staged in his Antiope and which the viewer should answer for himself according to the conception of Euripidean tragedy.
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