Plato’s Laws and its historical signifiance

Francisco L. Lisi (ed.)

Plato’s Laws and its historical signifiance

Paru en janvier 2001

Academia Verlag - International Plato Studies

Prix : 53,50 €

352 pages - 15,5 × 21,5 cm
ISBN 978-3-89665-115-0 - janvier 2001


This selection from the papers presented at Salananca in Novembre 1998 tries to offer a panoramic vision of the work, which is being done at present in the main fields. The volume is divides in six sextions devoted to the analysis of Plato’s new notion of law, the pratical and the theoritical philosophy of the work, the economy and the institutions of the Magnesian state, the relationship of the Laws to its historical context, its reception in the Western philosophical thought and the textual transmission of the dialogue.

Les auteurs

Essays by : J.-M. Bertrand, Chr. Bobonich, L. Brisson, T. Calvo, J.J. Cleary, G. Danzig, J. Dillon, Sl. Dusanic, E. Jouët Pastré, A. Laks, F.L. Lisi, F. Muccioli, A. Neschke-Hentschke, J.-F.