By Alex G. Long (Editor)
Plato was once principal either to the genesis of Stoic thought and to next debates in the Stoa. those essays offer new and precise explorations of the complicated dating among Plato and the Greek and Roman Stoic traditions, and jointly they express the directness and independence with which Stoics tested Plato's writing. What have been the philosophical incentives to consulting after which returning to Plato's dialogues? To what volume did Plato, instead of Xenophon or Antisthenes, keep an eye on Stoic reconstructions of Socrates' ethics? What explains the actual concentration of Stoic polemic opposed to Plato, and the way robust is the proof for a later reconciliation among Plato and Stoicism? This booklet might be very important for all students and complex scholars attracted to the connection among a massive thinker and essentially the most vital philosophical events.