CLGR 409 Plato

Last offered Spring 2013

Plato's writing has exercised an incalculable influence on the development of subsequent philosophy and literature, but his dialogues are equally compelling when they are read independently of the works they have inspired. In this course we will read substantial selections from one or more of the so-called middle dialogues (Symposium, Phaedo, Republic, Phaedrus), in which a variety of speakers, including Socrates, ask and provisionally answer questions such as what are love, beauty, and justice, and how does the human soul in possession of these goods participate in the divine?
Class Format: seminar
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on class participation, several short written assignments, a midterm and final exam, and a longer final paper
Additional Info: not available for the Gaudino option
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Prerequisites: CLGR 201 or permission of the instructor
Enrollment Preference: if oversubscribed, preference given to majors in Classics, Philosophy, Comparative Literature, English or another literature
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Enrollment Limit: 12
Expected Enrollment: 5-6
Class Number: 3315
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CLGR 409 SEM Plato Division 1: Languages and the Arts Amanda R. Wilcox
CLGR 409 SEM Plato Division 1: Languages and the Arts Amanda R. Wilcox
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