Hackett Publishing, 01.01.1998 - 103 Seiten
The Cratylus, Plato's sole dialogue devoted to the relation between language and reality, is acknowledged to be one of his masterpieces. But owing to its often enigmatic content no more than a handful of passages from it have played a part in the global evaluation of Plato's philosophy. This new English translation by C D C Reeve is the first since 1926, and incomparably the most helpful and accessible now available. It opens up the Cratylus to all philosophically interested readers, as well as to cultural historians and to those whose primary concern is the history of linguistics. The full and lucid introduction does much to illuminate the internal dynamic of this important text and to explain its place within Plato's oeuvre.
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Review: Cratylus/Parmenides/Greater Hippias/Lesser HippiasNutzerbericht - Nathan - Goodreads
Every 1L law school class. Ever. Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: CratylusNutzerbericht - Shanzy - Goodreads
Was recommended to read this when looking for early references to sign language for a project on the history of sign language. I have always enjoyed reading Plato's works as the incites he provides ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
1 Hermogenes and Cratylus on Names
2 Natures Actions and the Truth in Names
3 The Maker of Names
4 Natures and Forms Names and Shuttles
5 Homer on the Correctness of Names
6 The Testimony of Names Themselves
9 Cratylus on Truth Falsity and Fitting
10 Convention Returns
11 Knowledge and Instruction
13 Socrates on the Correctness of Names
INDEX OF NAMES DISCUSSED IN THE CRATYLUS
7 The Etymologies
8 Primary Names
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JSTOR: Plato: Cratylus
THE CLASSICAL REVIEW Hermogenes' theory that names are purely conventional 'tags' with Cratylus' view of names as 'keys' which must fit the nature of things ...
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It has been a good year for students of Plato's Cratylus. Sparked perhaps by Baxter's flawed (see the review by rj Ketchum in Ancient Philosophy 15 (1995), ...
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