Plato's Theory of Ethics: The Moral Criterion and the Highest Good

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INTRODUCTION
1:
This is not intended as simply destructive criticism of the various scholarly studies referred to in succeeding notes. A student has, of course, a perfect right to confine himself to a single aspect of a large subject, or to a few special passages in the Diaout that existing monographs do not solve the more general problem in which the present writer is interested, and that there is thus room for the present study.
2:
G. Grote, Plato and Other Companions of Socrates, London, 1888, Vol. II, pp. 208, 305-309, 314. C. Piat, Platon, Paris 1906, pp. 249, 253, 258.
3:
Th. Hartmann, De diis Timaei platonici, Wratislaw, 1840, p. 35. P. Höfer, Bedeutung der Philosophie für das Leben, Göttinggen, 1870, pp. 34-35. B. Jowett, The Dialogues of Plato, New York, 1911, Vol. II, p. 6. H. Meyer, Geschichte der alten Philosophie, München, 1925, pp. 185-186. Ueberweg-Praechter, Gundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie, Berlin, 1909, Vol. I, p. 175. Ed. Zeller, Plato and the Older Academy, E. T., London, 1888, pp. 436-438, 442-444.
4:
H. Meyer, op. cit., pp. 186-187. R. L. Nettleship, Philosophical Lectures and Remains, London, 1897, Vol. I, pp. 374, 384, Vol. II, pp. 10, 81. C. Ritter, Platon,2 MU+0FCnchen, 1923, Vol. II, pp. 556, ff. E. Trommershausen, Darstellung . . . der Ansicht Platons uber das Wesen der Seele . . ., Bonn, 1873, p. 44. W. Wundt, Ethik, Stuttgart, 1886, Vol. I, 244. Ed. Zeller, op. cit., p. 461.
5:
G. P. Adams, Idealism and the Modern Age, New Haven, 1919, pp. 11-12, 66, 75, 153, 198, 215, 236. J. I. Döllinger, Gentile and Jew in the Courts of the temple. . . ., E. T., London, 1862, Vol. I, p. 322. A Fouillée, La philosophie de Platon, Paris, 1869, pp. 76, 78, 234 n. R. Hirzel, De bonis in fine Philebi enumeratis, Leipzig, 1868, p. 54. P. Höfer, Die Bedeutung der Philosophie für das Leben nach Plato. . . ., Göttingen, 1870, pp. 31, 36. Fr. Jodi, Geschichte der Ethik,2 Berlin, 1906, pp. 71-80. B. Jowett, op. cit., Vol. II, p. 6. H. Meyer, op. cit., pp. 188, 196-197. R. L. Nettleship, op. cit., Vol. I, pp. 374, 384, Vol. II, pp. 218, ff. Ueberweg-Praechetr, op, cit., pp. 176, 180. Th. Wehrmann , Platonis de summo bono doctrina, Berlin, 1843, pp. 62, 84-85, 96, 103-106, 111, 147, etc.
6:
P. Höfer, op, cit., pp. 59-60. J. Martineau, Types of Ethical Theory, Oxford, 1886, Vol. I, pp. 67, 85. R. L. Nettleship, op. cit., Vol I, pp. 360-362, Ueberweg-Praechter, op. cit., p. 175. Marie V. Williams, Platonic Theory of Knowledge, Cambridge, 1908, pp. 62-65, 67, 87.

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