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Lectures on the Philebus
|Statement||Damascius ; text, translation, notes and indices by L.G. Westerink.|
|Contributions||Westerink, Leendert Gerrit., Olympiodorus, the Younger, of Alexandria, 6th cent.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 154 p.|
|Number of Pages||154|
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The Lectures on Philebus is mildly interesting but I take it more as an example of ancient scholarship rather than a legitimate analysis of Platonic doctrine. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful.
Comment Report abuse. See all reviews /5(2). Genre/Form: Commentaries (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Damaskios, approximately approximately Lectures on the Philebus. L.G. Westerink has 26 books on Goodreads with 52 ratings. L.G. Westerink’s most popular book is Damascius' Lectures on the Philebus.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Damaskios, approximately approximately Lectures on the Philebus. Amsterdam: A.M. Hakkert, I was unaware that Damascius had written anything on the Philebus. The Philebus is a more obscure dialogues of Plato. This work barely survived antiquity with only one manuscript from AD existing.
Damascius must have been a tedious lecturer if we judge him by these lecture notes. He is thorough to a fault.2/5. L.G. Westerink is the author of Damascius' Lectures on the Philebus ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews), The Greek Commentaries On Plato's Phaedo (/5.
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project by: Damascius’ Lectures on the Philebus deals with some of the important insights explored by the late Platonic writers, concerning the dialectical system, the relation of the One to the Many, and of Pleasure to Intelligence, the Bound and the Infinite and their mixture, the nature of /5(2).
knowledge in the Philebus than we can separate justice from happiness in the Republic. An interesting account is given in the Philebus of the rank and order of the sciences or arts, which agrees generally with the scheme of knowledge in the Sixth Book of the Republic.
The chief difference is, that the position of the arts is more exactly. The Philebus (/ f ɪ ˈ l iː b ə s /; occasionally given as Philebos; Greek: Φίληβος), is a Socratic dialogue written in the 4th century BC by s Socrates (the main speaker) the other interlocutors are Philebus and Protarchus.
Philebus, who advocates the life of physical pleasure (), hardly participates, and his position is instead defended by Protarchus, who learnt.
Check out this great listen on The Trial and Death of Socrates presents the trial and subsequent execution of Socrates in BCE. Socrates was tried on the basis of Lectures on the Philebus book ambiguous charges: corrupting the youth and impiety.
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The Philebus is a Socratic dialogue written in the 4th century BC by Plato. Besides Socrates (the main speaker) the other interlocutors are Philebus and Protarchus. Philebus, who advocates the life of physical pleasure (hedonism), hardly participates, and his position is instead defended by Protarchus, who learnt argumentation from s: 4.
Based on the notes taken by Gabriel Liiceanu in the course of a series of lectures given by Alexandru Dragomir in June–November on Plato’s dialogue Philebus, apart from the opening section (‘The horizon of discussion’), which is taken from two pages about the Philebus in a notebook of Dragomir’s fromwhich appear to have been written in Author: Alexandru Dragomir.
Philebus asks whether pleasure or wisdom is the good. Philebus is represented as maintaining that pleasure is the good, while Socrates contends. Philebus - audiobook PLATO (ΠΛΆΤΩΝ) (c. BC - c. BC), translated by Benjamin JOWETT ( - ) Philebus by Plato, a free text and ebook for easy online reading, study, and reference.
PERSONS OF THE DIALOGUE: Socrates, Protarchus, Philebus. SOCRATES: Observe, Protarchus, the nature of the position which you are now going to take from Philebus, and what the other position is which I maintain, and which, if you do not approve of it, is to be controverted by you.
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Olympiodorus of Alexandria, presumably a late pupil of Ammonius Hermeiou, the commentator on Aristotle and teacher of Simplicius and Philoponus, was one of the last pagans to teach philosophy at the school of Alexandria in the 6 th century.
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Proclus on the Philebus. The Lectures are, in his opinion, simply a series of criticisms and elucidations of this work, now un-fortunately lost. Having dealt in his admirable Intro-duction with questions concerning the text, origin, and authorship of the whole collection of Lectures, Westerink proceeds to translate and comment upon the Phile.
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