• Plato's Lysis (The New School, Fall 1993)
Plato's Lysis (The New School, Fall 1993)
Plato's Lysis (The New School, Fall 1993)
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Plato's Lysis (The New School, Fall 1993)

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Collection: Seth Benardete papers ➔ Series: Series I. Reading Notes on Literary and Philosophical Texts (NA000501.01)

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Lecture notes for a course. As described in the New School course catalog, the theme of this dialogue is friendship, but its frame is determind by eros. The double way in which philosophy can be understood, through either eros or literally through the philia in its name, determines this presentation by Socrates. Its connection with the Symposium and Phaedrus, as well as with Aristotle's double treatment of friendship in the Nicomachean Ethics will be explored.
Related people
Seth Benardete (author)
New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty. (host institution)
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New School Personal Papers
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Box 8
Related Objects
PHIL293. Plato's Lysis (core) (Fall 1993)

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