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Plato and the Poets

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The nineteen essays presented here aim to illuminate the ways poetry and the poets are discussed by Plato throughout his writing career. As well as throwing new light on old topics, such as mimesis and poetic inspiration, the volume introduces fresh approaches to Plato's philosophy of poetry and literature.

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Plato's discussions of poetry and the poets stand at the cradle of Western literary criticism. Plato is, paradoxically, both the philosopher who cites, or alludes to, works of poetry more than any other, and the one who is at the same time the harshest critic of poetry. The nineteen essays presented here aim to offer various avenues to this paradox, and to illuminate the ways poetry and the poets are discussed by Plato throughout his writing career, from the Apology and the Ion to the Laws. As well as throwing new light on old topics, such as mimesis and poetic inspiration, the volume introduces fresh approaches to Plato's philosophy of poetry and literature. 

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Chapter 1. What Ancient Quarrel Between Philosophy and Poetry?
Glenn W. Most
Chapter 2. Poetry and Rhetoric in Plato's Gorgias
Fritz-Gregor Herrmann
Chapter 3. Poetry as Flawed Reproduction: Possession and Mimesis
Catherine Collobert
Chapter 4. Plato's Ion and the Ethics of Praise
Carlotta Capuccino
Chapter 5. The Hermeneutics of Madness: Poet and Philosopher in Plato's Ion , and Phaedrus
Francisco J. Gonzalez
Chapter 6. Inspiration and Inspired Poets in Plato's Dialogues
Stefan Büttner
Chapter 7. Plato, Poetry and Creativity
Dominic Scott
Chapter 8. Poets at the Symposium
Elisabeth Belfiore
Chapter 9. Tragedy, Women and the Family in Plato's Republic
Penelope Murray
Chapter 10. Mimesis and Psychological Change in Republic III
Gabriel Richardson Lear
Chapter 11. Poets and Mimesis in the Republic
Jera Marusic
Chapter 12. Antidotes and Incantations: is there a Cure for Poetry in Plato's Republic ?
Stephen Halliwell
Chapter 13. Tragedy, Pity and Thumos in the Republic
Pierre Destr‚e
Chapter 14. Soul Division and Mimesis in Republic X
Rachel Singpurwalla
Chapter 15. Image-making in Republic X and the Sophist
Noburu Notomi
Chapter 16. A transfer of Energy: Lyric Eros in Phaedrus
Elisabeth Pender
Chapter 17. Myth and Poetry in the Timaeus
Gretchen Reydams-Schils
Chapter 18. Correctness' and Poetic Knowledge: Choric Poetry in the Laws
Antony Hatzistavrou
Chapter 19. Legislation as a Tragedy: on Plato's Laws VII, 817b-d
Suzanne Sauv‚-Meyer 

Kritik

" On the whole, the collection succeeds remarkably well in offering fresh perspectives on a number of themes relating to Plato's attitude towards poetry and the poets while avoiding excessive scholarly wrangling or overly technical discussions of individual passages. " Eleni Kaklamanou in BMCR , 16-4-2012 

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Medium:
Format: Gebunden
Seiten: 434
Sprache: Griechisch
Erschienen: März 2011
Maße: 256 x 172 mm
Gewicht: 871 g
ISBN-10: 9004201297
ISBN-13: 9789004201293

Bestell-Nr.: 10801989 
 

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KNOABBVERMERK: 2011. XXII, 434 S. 240.0 mm
KNOMITARBEITER: Herausgegeben von Destr‚e, Pierre; Herrmann, Fritz-Gregor
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Sprache: Griechisch

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