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GF colloquium at UU: dr. Chloe Balla (University of Crete) on Plato’s Phaedo

Sailing away from antilogic. Rethinking the Phaedo In the Phaedo Socrates turns against an unnamed group of people that he describes as practitioners of disputation (antilogikoi). Reference to this group occurs twice, in 90b and in 101e and is marked by the double intervention of Echecrates, the character to whom Phaedo addresses his narrative in … Continue reading GF colloquium at UU: dr. Chloe Balla (University of Crete) on Plato’s Phaedo