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Ancient readings of Plato's Phaedo /

by Gavray, Marc-Antoine, curatore ;
Delcomminette, Sylvain, curatore ;
Hoine, Pieter d', curatore .
Series: Philosophia antiqua : 140.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2015Description: VIII, 364 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789004282179.
Contents:
Aristote et le Phédon / Sylvain Delcomminette. -- Strato of Lampsacus as a reader of Plato’s Phaedo : his critique of the soul’s immortality / Han Baltussen. -- Le Phédon dans le stoïcisme hellénistique et post-hellénistique / Francesca Alesse. -- Sextus, the number two and the Phaedo / Lorenzo Corti. -- Plutarch’s reception of Plato’s Phaedo / Geert Roskam. -- The Phaedo in Numenian allegorical interpretation / Harold Tarrant. -- Plotin lecteur du Phédon : l’âme et la vie en iv 7 [2] 11 / Riccardo Chiaradonna. -- Syrianus and the Phaedo / Pieter d’Hoine. -- Damascius, Olympiodore et Proclus sur les attributs «divin» (θεῖον) et «intelligible» (νοητόν) en Phédon 80a10–b1 dans l’argument dit «de la similitude» / Alain Lernould. -- From ‘immortal’ to ‘imperishable’ : Damascius on the final argument in Plato’s Phaedo / Sebastian Gertz. -- La théorie de l’âme-harmonie chez les commentateurs anciens / Franco Trabattoni. -- «Nombreux sont les porteurs de thyrse, mais rares les Bacchants» : Olympiodore et Damascius sur le Phédon / Bram Demulder et Gerd Van Riel. -- Au terme d’une tradition : Simplicius, lecteur du Phédon / Marc-Antoine Gavray.
Content advice: Plato’s Phaedo has never failed to attract the attention of philosophers and scholars. Yet the history of its reception in Antiquity has been little studied. The present volume therefore proposes to examine not only the Platonic exegetical tradition surrounding this dialogue, which culminates in the commentaries of Damascius and Olympiodorus, but also its place in the reflections of the rival Peripatetic, Stoic, and Sceptical schools. This volume thus aims to shed light on the surviving commentaries and their sources, as well as on less familiar aspects of the history of the Phaedo’s ancient reception. By doing so, it may help to clarify what ancient interpreters of Plato can and cannot offer their contemporary counterparts.
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Bibliogr. p. [311]-335.

Aristote et le Phédon / Sylvain Delcomminette. -- Strato of Lampsacus as a reader of Plato’s Phaedo : his critique of the soul’s immortality / Han Baltussen. -- Le Phédon dans le stoïcisme hellénistique et post-hellénistique / Francesca Alesse. -- Sextus, the number two and the Phaedo / Lorenzo Corti. -- Plutarch’s reception of Plato’s Phaedo / Geert Roskam. -- The Phaedo in Numenian allegorical interpretation / Harold Tarrant. -- Plotin lecteur du Phédon : l’âme et la vie en iv 7 [2] 11 / Riccardo Chiaradonna. -- Syrianus and the Phaedo / Pieter d’Hoine. -- Damascius, Olympiodore et Proclus sur les attributs «divin» (θεῖον) et «intelligible» (νοητόν) en Phédon 80a10–b1 dans l’argument dit «de la similitude» / Alain Lernould. -- From ‘immortal’ to ‘imperishable’ : Damascius on the final argument in Plato’s Phaedo / Sebastian Gertz. -- La théorie de l’âme-harmonie chez les commentateurs anciens / Franco Trabattoni. -- «Nombreux sont les porteurs de thyrse, mais rares les Bacchants» : Olympiodore et Damascius sur le Phédon / Bram Demulder et Gerd Van Riel. -- Au terme d’une tradition : Simplicius, lecteur du Phédon / Marc-Antoine Gavray.

Plato’s Phaedo has never failed to attract the attention of philosophers and scholars. Yet the history of its reception in Antiquity has been little studied. The present volume therefore proposes to examine not only the Platonic exegetical tradition surrounding this dialogue, which culminates in the commentaries of Damascius and Olympiodorus, but also its place in the reflections of the rival Peripatetic, Stoic, and Sceptical schools. This volume thus aims to shed light on the surviving commentaries and their sources, as well as on less familiar aspects of the history of the Phaedo’s ancient reception. By doing so, it may help to clarify what ancient interpreters of Plato can and cannot offer their contemporary counterparts.

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