By Samuel Scolnicov

This volume provides a accomplished, realized and energetic presentation of the total diversity of Plato’s suggestion yet with a specific emphasis upon how Plato constructed his metaphysics so as to assisting his private academic convictions. the writer explores the relation of Plato’s metaphysics to the epistemological, moral and political points of Plato’s conception of schooling and indicates how Plato’s easy positions endure at once at the so much basic questions confronted by way of modern education.

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