Table of contents for The rhetoric of morality and philosophy : Plato's Gorgias and Phaedrus / Seth Benardete.


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List of Figures
Acknowledgments
Introduction
I. Gorgias 447a1-461b2
II. Polus 461b3-481b5
III. Callicles 1 481b6-499b3
IV. Callicles 2 499b4-527e7
V. Phaedrus
VI. Phaedrus and Socrates 227a1-230e5
VII. Lysias 230e6-237a6
VIII. Socrates 1 237a7-242a2
IX. Socrates' Daimonion 242a3-243e8
X. Socrates 2 243e9-257b6
XI. Writing 257b7-258d6
XII. Horses and Asses 258d7-250d2
XII. The Art of Speeches 260d3-262c4
XIII. The Art of Speeches 260d3-262c4
XIV. Lysias and Socrates Examined 262c5-266c1
XV. Rhetoric 266c1-274b4
XVI. An Egyptian Story 274b6-278b6
XVII. Lysias and Isocrates 278b7-279c8
Epilogue: On Reading Poetry Platonically
General Index
Index of Platonic Passages Discussed



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Plato, Gorgias, Plato, Phaedrus, Plato Ethics, Plato Contributions in methodology, Plato Literary art, Methodology, Ethics, Ancient, Rhetoric Philosophy