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Thomas Mitchell - Plato The Trial Of Socrates And Two Dialogues FLAC album


Performer: Thomas Mitchell
Genre: Audio recording
Title: Plato The Trial Of Socrates And Two Dialogues
Released: 1961
Style: Spoken Word, Education
FLAC version ZIP size: 1865 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1885 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1910 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 355
Other Formats: MP2 DTS WMA XM DXD MIDI WAV

After twelve years he returned to Athens and founded his Academy, one of the earliest organized schools in western civilization. Among Plato's pupils was Aristotle. Some of Plato's other influences were Pythagoras, Anaxagoras, and Parmenides. Plato wrote extensively and most of his writings survived.

Benjamin Jowett's Introductions to Plato's Writings Introduction to Euthyphro Introduction to Apology Introduction to Crito Introduction to Phaedo. As a young man, however, Plato became a student of Socrates and turned his attention to the question of what constitutes a virtuous life. Plato's writings are generally divided into three broad groups: the "Socratic" dialogues (written from 399 to 387), the "Middle" dialogues (written from 387 to 361, after the establishment of his Academy in Athens), and the "Later" dialogues (written in the period between 361 and his death in 347). Three of Plato's four writings concerning the last days of Socrates come from the earliest "Socratic" period: Euthyphro, the Apology, and the Crito.

Read by Thomas C. Brickhouse. Socrates is one of the most influential philosophers in western civilisation, and Plato his most famous pupil. In this GuideBook, Brickhouse and Smith provide clear exp Socrates is one of the most influential philosophers in western civilisation, and Plato his most famous pupil

Masters of Greek Thought: Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle Audible Audiobook.

Socrates is one of the most influential philosophers in western civilisation, and Plato his most famous pupil. In this GuideBook, Brickhouse and Smith provide clear explanations of these texts for students coming to them for the first time. Situating the works in their historical context, the authors carefully go through each text, exploring the philosophical issues raised.

The Dialogues of Plato (427-347 . rank with the writings of Aristotle as the most important and influential philosophical works in Western thought.

In the dialogue Socrates explains who he is and what kind of life he led. The Greek word apologia means explanation-it is not to be confused with apologizing for one’s actions. The following is an outline of the argument that Socrates makes in his defense. I. Prologue (17a-19a). The first sentence sets the tone and direction for the entire dialogue

Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo. In this splendid collection, Scott Buchanan brings together the most important of Plato's dialogues, including Protagoras, The Symposium, with its barbed conjectures about the relation between love and. madness, Phaedo and The Republic, his monumental work of political philosophy.

Plato influenced Aristotle, just as Socrates influenced Plato. But each man's influence moved in different areas after their deaths. Plato became the primary Greek philosopher based on his ties to Socrates and Aristotle and the presence of his works, which were used until his academy closed in 529 . his works were then copied throughout Europe. Plato's second or middle period is comprised of works where he explores morality and virtue in individuals and society. At the request of Philip of Macedon, he returned to Macedonia in 338 . to tutor Alexander the Great, and two other future kings, Ptolemy and Cassander. Aristotle took full charge of Alexander's education and is considered to be the source of Alexander's push to conquer Eastern empires.

Tracklist

A1 Plato Dialogues: Apology Part 1
B1 Plato Dialogues: Phaedo
C1 Plato Dialogues: Apology Part 2
D1 Plato Dialogues: Crito Part 2
E1 Plato Dialogues: Apology Part 3
F1 Plato Dialogues: Crito Part 1
G1 Plato Dialogues: Apology Part 4
H1 Plato Dialogues: Apology Part 5

Notes

Four albums and a book containing all of the recorded material, boxed.
Read by the actor, Thomas Mitchell.