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by James A. Arieti,Roger M. Barrus

Author: James A. Arieti,Roger M. Barrus
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (May 16, 2010)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.8
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Protagoras is one of Plato's most delightfully comic and playful dialogues, and is also one of his most important.

Protagoras is one of Plato's most delightfully comic and playful dialogues, and is also one of his most important. Translators James Arieti and Roger Barrus confront and discuss the critical linguistic choices made in rendering difficult or obscure terms into an easily readable and understandable rendition.

Translators James Arieti and Roger Barrus confront and discuss the critical linguistic . James A. Arieti is the Thompson Professor of Classics, Hampden-Sydney College Roger M. Barrus is the Elliott.

Translators James Arieti and Roger Barrus confront and discuss the critical linguistic choices made in rendering difficult or obscure terms into an easily readable and understandable rendition. Protagoras is one of Plato's most delightfully comic and playful dialogues, and is also one of his most important. Barrus is the Elliott Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs, Hampden-Sydney College. Библиографические данные. Перевод: James A. Arieti, Roger M. Barrus.

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Plato’s Protagoras is a wild, splashy,, name-dropping, microscopically pedantic, galactically expansive-populated by a slew of characters . Arieti Roger M. Barrus Hampden-Sydney, Virginia.

Plato’s Protagoras is a wild, splashy,, name-dropping, microscopically pedantic, galactically expansive-populated by a slew of characters who are naïve, pompous, vain, ostentatious, and even serious.

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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781442204935, 1442204931. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781442201330, 1442201339. In addition, Arieti and Barrus provide appendices on the challenges of translating Plato's Greek into English, the diverse modern interpretations of the ode by Simonides that Socrates and Protagoras lampoon, the relationship of the dialogue to Aristotle's Sophistical Refutations, and a glossary elucidating many of the key words in the dialogue.

B. C. Plato, James Alexander Arieti, Roger Milton Barrus. Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Protagoras: The Translation Chapter 3 Appendix A: Callias' House Chapter 4 Appendix B: On Translating Plato Chapter 5 Appendix C: Simonides PSM 542 Chapter 6 Appendi. More). Philosophy in the Ancient World: An Introduction. James Alexander Arieti, Dvid M. Gibson. The Machiavellian Chiron: Appearance and Reality in 'The Prince. James Alexander Arieti.

Protagoras is one of Plato's most delightfully comic and playful dialogues, and is also one of his most important. This new edition of Plato's Protagoras provides a rigorously clear and accurate translation that communicates Plato's puns, metaphors, figures of speech, and other verbal techniques naturally; allowing scholars to feel the full scope of Plato's rhetoric. Translators James Arieti and Roger Barrus confront and discuss the critical linguistic choices made in rendering difficult or obscure terms into an easily readable and understandable rendition. They also include an historical overview of the intellectual milieu of fifth-century B.C.E. Athens, careful biographies of the dialogues major characters, notes that discuss the major issues, citations of the literary and philosophical parallels, and call attention to rhetorical tactics. In addition, Arieti and Barrus provide appendices on the challenges of translating Plato's Greek into English, the diverse modern interpretations of the ode by Simonides that Socrates and Protagoras lampoon, the relationship of the dialogue to Aristotle's Sophistical Refutations, and a glossary elucidating many of the key words in the dialogue.