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Guide to Reading

The standard edition of the Greek text is Slings 2003. The full Greek text also appears with an excellent commentary in Adam 1902. Good translations into current English include Allen 2006, Bloom 1968, Grube 1992, Reeve 2004, and especially Rowe 2012, but Shorey 1935–1937 also holds up well.

Readers coming to the Republic for the first time should appreciate Blackburn 2006, but to wrestle with the text’s claims and arguments, they will benefit most from Annas 1981, Pappas 1995, and White 1979. Other valuable monographs include Nettleship 1902, Murphy 1951, Cross and Woozley 1964, Reeve 1988, Roochnik 2003, Rosen 2005, Reeve 2013, and Scott 2015, and many helpful essays can be found in Cornelli and Lisi 2010, Ferrari 2007, Höffe 1997, Kraut 1997, McPherran 2010, Notomi and Brisson 2013, Ostenfeld 1998, and Santas 2006.

The Republic is central to Plato’s ethical and political thought, so some of the best discussions of it are contained in more general studies of Platonic ethics and politics. See especially Annas 1999, Bobonich 2002, Irwin 1995, Klosko 2007, Mackenzie 1986, Monoson 2000, Pradeau 2002, Samaras 2002, Schofield 2006, and Vasiliou 2008, and the relevant essays collected in Benson 2006 and Fine 2008.

Readers wondering about the context in which the Republic was written will find an excellent introduction in Ferrari 2000. They should also seek out Adkins 1960, Balot 2001, Balot 2006, Carter 1986, Dover 1974, Menn 2005, Ober 1998, and Meyer 2008, and the following essay collections: Balot 2009, Key and Miller 2007, Rowe and Schofield 2000, and Salkever 2009.

I have sprinkled throughout the essay references to a few other works that are especially relevant (not always by agreement!) to the points being discussed, but these references are far from complete. For an excellent bibliographical guide that is much more thorough than this, see Ferrari 2007.

Works Cited

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  • Adam, J. (ed.), 1902, The Republic of Plato, 2 vols., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
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  • Allen, R.E. (trans.), 2006, Plato. The Republic, New Haven: Yale University Press. (Scholar)
  • Annas, J., 1976, “Plato’s Republic and Feminism,” Philosophy, 51: 307–321. Reprinted in Fine 1999, 265–279. (Scholar)
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  • Fine, G. (ed.), 1999, Plato 2: Ethics, Politics, Religion, and the Soul, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • ––– (ed.), 2008, The Oxford Handbook to Plato, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
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  • –––, 2004, “What’s the Good of Agreeing?: Homonoia in Platonic Politics,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 26: 131–170. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2006, “Speaking with the Same Voice as Reason: Personification in Plato’s Psychology,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 31: 167–202. Reprinted in Barney et al. 2012, 77–101. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2008, “The Powers of Plato’s Tripartite Psychology,” Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy 24: 127–50. (Scholar)
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