Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of Plato / edited by Gail Fine.

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Introduction ¿ Gail Fine; Plato in His Time and Place ¿ Malcolm Schofield; The Platonic 
Corpus ¿ T.H. Irwin; Plato¿s Ways of Writing: Representation and Reflection ¿ Mary Margaret 
McCabe; The Epistemology and Metaphysics of Socrates ¿ Gary Matthews; Socratic Ethics 
and Moral Psychology ¿ Daniel Devereux; Plato¿s Epistemology ¿ C.C.W. Taylor; Plato¿s 
Metaphysics ¿ Verity Harte; Plato¿s Philosophy of Language ¿ Paolo Crivelli; Plato on the 
Soul ¿ Hendrik Lorenz; Plato¿s Ethics ¿ Julia Annas; Plato on Love ¿ Richard Kraut; Plato¿s 
Politics ¿ Christopher Bobonich; Plato on Education and Art ¿ Rachana Kamtekar; The 
Republic ¿ Dominic Scott; The Parmenides ¿ Sandra Peterson; The Theaetetus ¿ Mi-Kyoung 
Lee; The Sophist: How Plato Poses and Solves Two Problems about Statements: Lesley 
Brown; The Timaeus and the Principles of Cosmology ¿ Thomas Johansen; The Philebus ¿ 
Constance C. Meinwald; Plato and Aristotle in the Academy: An Aristotelian Criticism of 
Platonic Forms ¿ Christopher Shields; Plato and Platonism ¿ Charles Brittain; Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Plato.