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Plato versus Parmenides the debate over coming-into-being in Greek philosophy

Robert J. Roecklein 1960-

c2011

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  • Title:
    Plato versus Parmenides the debate over coming-into-being in Greek philosophy
  • Author: Robert J. Roecklein 1960-
  • Description: Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 Parmenides' Argument; 2 Parmenides and the Milesian Philosophies: "Nothing Comes from Nothing"-Physics or Logic?; 3 Parmenides' Influence on Empedocles and Anaxagoras; 4 Plato's Socrates and His Theory of Causation; 5 The Parmenides: Plato's Proof of Coming to Be; 6 The Theaetetus: Plato's Proof That the Objects of Knowledge Are Indivisible; Bibliography; Index
    The issue of coming into being in Greek philosophy is investigated mostly by specialists in language analysis and philological science. Plato versus Parmenides, Robert J. Roecklein brings to the fore Plato's refutation of Parmenides' argument in his famous dialogue by that name. Roecklein offers an unprecedented exposition of the dialogue the Parmenides, and seeks to illuminate a political dimension in Parmenides' early formulations of the challenges made to the reality of coming into being in nature.
  • Publication Date: c2011
  • Publisher: Lanham, MD : Lexington Books
  • Format: 1 online resource (335 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-283-08471-6;ISBN 9786613084712;ISBN 0-7391-5079-0
  • Subjects: Plato; Parmenides; Knowledge, Theory of; Political science -- Philosophy; Ontology; Becoming (Philosophy); Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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