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Musings on the "Meno"


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to the Meno.- A. Plato, the Man.- B. Plato’s Use of Dialogue Form.- C. The Meno as a Transitional Dialogue.- D. Plato on Socrates and Sophistry.- E. The Date of the Meno.- F. The Characters of the Meno.- Translation of the Meno.- Commentary.- I. Socrates’ Elenchos at Work (70a1–81a7).- 1. The Opening Conversation: The Relevance of the Ti-Poion Distinction (70a1–71b7).- 2. Lesson One: Definition Is Not Enumeration (71e–73c5).- 3. Lesson Two: Correct Form Isn’t Everything (73c8–75a9).- 4. Models for Muddles (75b1–77a5).- 5. Digression on the Logic of the What-is-X Question.- 6. Lesson Three: You Can’t Teach an Old Dog New Tricks (77a5–79e4).- 7. Perplexity and Paradox (79e5–81a7).- II. Anamn?sis (81a10–86c6).- 1. Knowledge as Recollection: (i) Narration (81a10–82a6).- 2. Knowledge as Recollection: (ii) Demonstration (82a8–86c6).- III. The Method of Hypothesis (86c7–100c2).- 1. Introduction of the Method: The Geometrical Example (86c7–87b2.- 2. Application of the Method: ‘Virtue is Knowledge’ Established (87b2–89c4).- 3. Ramification of the Method: ‘Virtue is Knowledge’ Challenged (89c5–96c10).- 4. True Opinion versus Knowledge (96d1–100c2).- Name Index.

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