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The Republic, Book XI
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The Symphony of Temperance in Republic 4
This paper calls into question a long-lasting but ill-founded tenet of Platonic scholarship, namely that Plato was not interested in, or aware of, the technical implications of the musical conceptsExpand
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A Sophist ‘in disguise’: a reconstruction of Damon of Oa and his role in Plato’s dialogues
This article presents a new examination of the Platonic passages that feature Damon of Oa, the famous musical theorist who was exiled from Athens apparently because of his close relationship withExpand
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Looking at the ‘Hellenistic Muse’
  • T. Lynch
  • History
  • The Classical Review
  • 9 March 2012
The title of this book, ‘La Musa dimenticata’, points out immediately one of its main merits: it brings our attention to the Hellenistic ‘Muse’ who, although ‘neglected’ by many contemporaryExpand
‘Hearing Numbers, Seeing Sounds’
  • T. Lynch
  • History
  • The Classical Review
  • 8 September 2011
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