Introducing Plato: A Graphic Guide
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Introducing Plato provides a clear account of Plato's theory of knowledge and explains how this directed his provocative views on politics, ethics, and individual liberty. Offering detailed critical commentaries on all of the key doctrines of Platonism, it also charts Plato's influence on modern thinkers such as Jacques Derrida.
She has illustrated numerous titles.. Dave Robinson: Dave Robinson has taught philosophy for many years and is the author of numerous Introducing series titles. He is now a part-time lecturer in Critical Studies and lives in Devon.Judy Groves: Judy Groves is a painter, graphic designer and illustrator
"deceptively informative" according to rgmicroq. This is the first book from the "Introducing" series that I have read, and I am impressed. At first glance the books in this series may perhaps look a bit simplistic as each page has a large cartoon style drawing with about a paragraph of text, but distilling the essence of a subject and presenting it in an accessible format is not very easy to do at all, and it is done here remarkably well."I. Recommended for students of Objectivism I read "Introducing Plato" last night. I picked it up at the book store because Plato is referenced repeatedly in "Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand". "Introducing Plato" covers many of the ancient Greek philosophers of the period and shows how they influenced or were influenced by Plato. It covers his life, his philosophy, and his influence through the ages.By reading "Introducing Plato. A moron right on top of me A Customer Reviewer: Barbara (see more about me)Stupid book really for the greatest philosopher of all time. And what are those cartoons all over the book? Buying it is a waste of money and reading it, a waste of time. Sorry. -First of all Barbara, you obviously dont understand what pictures are used in learning for. They help you link the text with the words, thats how your brain works or havent you und
About the AuthorDave Robinson: Dave Robinson has taught philosophy for many years and is the author of numerous Introducing series titles. She has illustrated numerous titles.. He is now a part-time lecturer in Critical Studies and lives in Devon.Judy Groves: Judy Groves is a painter, graphic designer and illustrator