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Contents Preface Acknowledgments Part 1. Writing Socrates 1. Reading Plato with a Difference: Socrates, Beautiful and New 2. Socrates and the Retreat of Nature: Suffering a Simple Teacher of Ethics Part 2. Dreams, Oracles, and Silenic Affirmations 3. The Purest Thinker of the West and the Older Accusations in the Apology 4. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Nature, Rhetoric, and Refutation in the Gorgias 5. Silenic Wisdom in the Apology and Phaedo Part 3. Kinship of Nature 6. Teiresias in Athens: Socrates as Educator in the Meno 7. Typhonic Eros and the Place of the Phaedrus 8. Truth and Friendship An Ending Notes Bibliography Index
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