Plato, Platonists, Platonism
The paper examines different approaches to key metaphysical and conceptual claims in Plato’s dialogues. It explores how different readers of Plato, beginning with Aristotle, make sense of the status of and the relations between some of the key Forms developed in different dialogues, to include the Form of the Good.
Platonism, greatest kinds, The Good, ontology, Cherniss
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