✭ Philosophy as Drama: Plato's Thinking Through Dialogue Books ✯ Author Knut Ågotnes – Tbjewellers.co.uk Plato s philosophical dialogues can be seen as his creation of a new genre Plato borrows from, as well as rejects, earlier and contemporary authors, and he is constantly in conversation with establish Plato s philosophical dialogues can be seen as Drama: Plato's MOBI ï his creation of a new genre Plato borrows from, as well as rejects, earlier and contemporary authors, and he is constantly in conversation with established genres, such as tragedy, comedy, lyric poetry, and rhetoric in a variety of ways This intertextuality reinforces the relevance of material from other types of literary works, as well as a general knowledge of classical culture in Plato s time, and the political and moral environment that Plato addressed, when reading his dramatic dialoguesThe authors of Philosophy as Drama show that Philosophy as MOBI :´ any interpretation of these works must include the literary and narrative dimensions of each text, as much as serious the attention given to the progression of the argument in each piece Each dialogue is read on its own merit, and critical comparisons of several dialogues explore the differences and likenesses between them on a dramatic as well as on a logical level This collection of essays moves debates in Plato scholarship forward when it comes to understanding both particular aspects of Plato s dialogues and the approach itself Containingchapters of close readings of individual dialogues, as Drama: Plato's PDF/EPUB Â withchapters discussing specific themes running through them, such as music and sensuousness, pleasure, perception, and images, this book displays the range and diversity within Plato s corpus.
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- 264 pages
- Philosophy as Drama: Plato's Thinking Through Dialogue
- Knut Ågotnes
- 06 January 2018 Knut Ågotnes