By Plato,John M. Cooper,D. S. Hutchinson
Outstanding translations via top modern scholars--many commissioned specifically for this volume--are offered right here within the first unmarried version to incorporate the whole surviving corpus of works attributed to Plato in antiquity. In his introductory essay, John Cooper explains the presentation of those works, discusses questions about the chronology in their composition, reviews at the discussion shape during which Plato wrote, and provides counsel on coming near near the examining and learn of Plato's works.
Also incorporated are concise introductions via Cooper and Hutchinson to every translation, meticulous annotation designed to serve either student and normal reader, and a finished index. This good-looking quantity bargains superb paper and an exceptional Smyth-sewn textile binding in a robust, dependent edition.