By Gregory Vlastos
This can be the better half quantity to Gregory Vlastos' hugely acclaimed Socrates: Ironist and ethical thinker. 4 ground-breaking papers that laid the root for his figuring out of Socrates are accumulated right here, including a 5th bankruptcy that may be a new and provocative dialogue of Socrates' arguments within the Protagoras and Laches. The Epilogue, "Socrates and Vietnam," means that Socrates was once now not, as Plato claimed, the main simply guy of his time.
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Forty. 2) i28n; (2. sixty five. eight) ninety four; (3. 36. four) one hundred thirty; (3. 36. 6) one hundred thirty; (3. 366°. ) g6n Memorabilia (1. 2. nine) 89, ninety eight, iO5n; (1. 2. 96°. ) 92n; (1. 2. 12)89; (1. 2. sixty four) 15; (i-5-4) 97n; (2. 1)97^ (2. 1. 1)9711; (2. 1. 17) 97n; (3. 2. four) ninety seven; (3. four) 98n; (3. 5-6) 98n; (3. 7) 98n; (3. 7. 5-6) 98-9, 106; (3. nine. 10) 96-7, 106; (4) 106; (4. 2. eleven) 97n, iO2n; (4. four. 12) io6n; (4. five. 1) 97n; (4. 6. four) i5n; (4. 6. 14)97; (4. 6. 15) 14, i6n Oeconomicus (4. 2) ninety nine; (6. 4-9) ninety nine INDEX OF historical NAMES Aeschines, orator 88 Aeschines of Sphettus 6in Alcibiades i8n, 24, forty three, 89, ninety four, 128 Antisthenes 103 Anytus 111 Aristippus 6in, 9711 Aristo 11911 Aristophanes ninety, 108 Aristotle eight, thirteen, 15-16, forty, 52-4, sixty three, 94n, ninety nine, 112, 116, I2on, 136, 139 Athens 87-108, 128-9, *33 Atrometus 88 Callicles 7-8, 12, I4n, 15-16, 22, 24-7, 28n, forty-one, 44-5, forty seven, 56n, fifty nine, ninety four, 102, 136-7 Chaerephon forty two, 5m, 108 Charmides seventy one, ninety eight Chrysippus 119n Cimon ninety four Cleinias, father of Alcibiades 24, ninety four Cleinias, cousin of Alcibiades 30 Cleon 129-30 Corinth 128 Cratylus 28 Crete 9m, 92-3 Critias 27n, fifty seven, 87-9, 114-15 Crito eight, ninety Cyrene sixty one n Glaucon 49n, 50, fifty four, g8n Gorgias 9n, i4n, 15, ninety four Heraclitus fifty four, sixty four Hippias 6, 31, 70, io6n Hippothales 31 Isocrates ninety five, 106 Laches 6, 27n, 74-5, 109-10, 113-14, 122-3, l3& Lysias 108 Lysimachus nine Megara 92-3 Melos 96n, a hundred thirty, 133 Meno five, seventy eight, eighty, 124 Miltiades ninety four Mytilene 96n, 129-30, 133 Naxos seventy seven Nicias nine, 27n, 119, 122-3, I2^~9» *38 Nicomachides i8n Damon 88 Delphi forty two, 61-2, sixty four, 127 Democritus fifty five Diodotus one hundred thirty Diogenes 103 Dionysodorus 8n, 9n Parmenides 54-5 Peiraeus ioon Pentheus sixty five Pericles 88, ninety four, 98n, 107, 128 Phormisius ioon, 108 Plutarch 88 Polemarchus 7, I2n Polus 12, 14-15, 19-25. forty five> fifty nine> Polycrates ninety eight, 108 Protagoras eight, 1 o-11, 116 Pyrilampes ninety four Empedocles fifty four Euripides sixty four Euthydemus 97n Euthyphro I2n, 15, 27n, seventy one, seventy seven Scione 96n, one hundred thirty, 133 Segesta 128 Sicily 128 Sophocles sixty four 148 ^ Index of historic names Sparta gin,- 92-3, ioon, 108, 128-9 Syracuse 129 Teiresias sixty five Theaetetus 50 Thebes 92-3, a hundred Themistocles ninety four Thrasybulus 88, ioon, 108 149 Thrasymachus 15, forty-one, forty six, 5011, 138 Thucydides ninety four, 128, one hundred thirty Torone 9611, a hundred thirty, 133 Xenophon 14-16, 1711, 89, 9211, ninety three, 96-107 Zeno of Citium 11911 Zeno of Elea 2, eight INDEX of recent students Allen, R. E. Beversluis, John 6yn Bloom, Allan 4m Brandwood, Leonard 2n, 33n Brickhouse, Thomas 26n, 57n Burnet, John 6in, 89n, ninety six Burnyeat, M. F. 5n, 42n, 52n, 53n, 66n, 70, 7m, seventy two, 138 Campbell, Lewis in, 2n, i7n Canto-Sperber, Monique I22n Cherniss, Harold 3n Code, Alan x, 66n, 1 i8n Cornford, F. M. i7n, 4m call for, Nancy ioon Dewey, John sixty three Dodds, E. R. ign, 27n, 33, 34n, 35n, 4m, sixty four Dover, ok. J. 88n Kerferd, G. B. 4n, 136 Keulen, Hermann 3on Kidd, I. G. 4n, 66n Kierkegaard, Soren sixty five Kraut, Richard x, i6n, 24n, 27n, i07n Lear, Jonathan 66n Lindsay, A. D. 4m Lloyd, G. E. R. 66n Lowrie, Walter 65n McDowell, John 5on McPherran, Mark L. I26n Maier, Heinrich ninety six Moore, J. M. ioon Moore, G. E. 72n Moraux, Paul 136 Morrison, Donald I4n, i6n Murray, Gilbert sixty four Nehamas, Alexander 66n Nozick, Robert 46n Frerejohn, Michael T.