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Plato: Political Philosophy
Introduction 1. The Republic: contexts and projects 2. Athens, democracy, and freedom 3. Problematizing democracy 4. The rule of knowledge 5. Utopia 6. Money and the soul 7. Ideology Conclusion
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The Presocratic Philosophers: A Critical History With A Selection Of Texts
Preface to the second edition Preface to the first edition Abbreviations Introductory note 1. The forerunners of philosophical cosmogony 2. The Ionian thinkers 3. Philosophy in the west 4. The IonianExpand
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EUBOULIA IN THE ILIAD
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The norms of nature
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Aristotle on the Imagination
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A Displacement in the Text of the Cratylus
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The Noble Lie
THE POLITICS OF LYING Socrates' introduction of the Republic 's notorious “noble lie” comes near the end of Book 3 (414b-c). “We want one single, grand lie,” he says, “which will be believed byExpand
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