Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Plato's Republic / [edited by] G.R.F. Ferrari.

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Contents
Contributors
Abbreviations
Editor's Introduction
1 The protreptic rhetoric of the Republic
HARVEY YUNIS
2 The place of the Republic in Plato's political thought
CHRISTOPHER ROWE
3 Rewriting the poets in Plato's characters
DAVID O'CONNOR
4 Wise guys and smart alecks in Republic 1 and 2
ROSLYN WEISS
5 Justice and virtue: the Republic's inquiry into proper difference
ARYEH KOSMAN
6 The noble lie
MALCOLM SCHOFIELD
7 The three-part soul
G.R.F. FERRARI
8 Eros in the Republic
PAUL LUDWIG
9 The utopian character of Plato's ideal city
DONALD MORRISON
10 Philosophy, the Forms, and the art of ruling
DAVID SEDLEY
11 Sun and Line: The role of the Good
NICHOLAS DENYER
12 Beginning the "Longer Way"
MITCHELL MILLER
13 The city-soul analogy
NORBERT BLÖSSNER
14 The unhappy tyrant and the craft of inner rule
RICHARD D. PARRY
15 What is imitative poetry and why is it bad?
JESSICA MOSS
16 The life-and-death journey of the soul: interpreting the myth of Er
STEPHEN HALLIWELL
Bibliography
Index of passages
Index of names and subjects

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Plato. Republic.