A Companion to Socrates (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) by Sara Ahbel-Rappe,Rachana Kamtekar

By Sara Ahbel-Rappe,Rachana Kamtekar

Written by way of an excellent foreign staff of students, this Companion explores the profound impact of Socrates at the background of Western philosophy.

  • Discusses the lifetime of Socrates and key philosophical doctrines linked to him
  • Covers the entire variety of Socratic experiences from the traditional international to modern ecu philosophy
  • Examines Socrates’ position within the better philosophical traditions of the Hellenistic global, the Roman Empire, the Arabic global, the Renaissance, and modern Europe
  • Addresses interdisciplinary topics resembling Socrates and Nietzsche, Socrates and psychoanalysis, and representations of Socrates in art
  • Helps readers to appreciate the which means and value of Socrates around the ages

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