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

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Abnormality, 43
Absolute Mind, 2, 121-2, 142, 156, 158, 159, 166, 171, 187, 399
Academy, 5, 52, 178, cf. 194, 226, 206, 385, 430-3, 453, 465, 466, 472-5, 497n. 81, 530 n. 34
Acumen, intellectual, 22, 37-8, 54, 56, 63, 108, 487n. 149
Adequacy, 58, 68-72, 86
Administration, 269-70, cf. 19, 21, 57, 69-70, 71, 112, 156, 226, 265, 267, 370, 380, 389-91, 398, 439-40, 457, 471
Adolescence, 52, 179, 262, 412, 502n. 13
Aesthetic Quality, 58, 61-2, 84-5, 354
Age, 15, 41, 249, 250, 262, 266
Agriculture, 64, 178, 202, 203, 205, 254-257, 265, 334
Aliens, 261, 262, 263, 422
Ambition, 152, 272
Analysis, 13, 32, 75, 79, 98, 156, 168, 185, 227, 300, 392, 433-4
Anamnesis, 306-7, 481n. 5, 487 n. 148, 495n. 1
Anatomy, 188
Animals, 45, 46, 51, 89, 92, 116 148, 177, 213, 254-7, 316, 318, 345, 456
Animism, 426
Appearances, 78, 81, 246
Appetites, 31, 40, 65, 70, 149-50, 151, 152, 177, 192, 196, 200, 207-8, 288, 306, 347, 350, 353-4, 378
Archetypes, 365-6, 380
Aristocracy, 264, 458
Art and Artists, 282-3, 303-4, 320, 449-53, 461, 463-4, cf. 45-7, 489n. 241, 490nn. 250, 251
Artefacts, 126, 128, 137-8
Askesis, 16, 388
Assembly, 10-12, 94, 310, 422
Assent, universal, 58-9, 60, 68, 82-3
Assimilation to divinity, 400, 421
Astronomy, 109, 190, 279, 299, 326, 368
Atheism, 325, 334
Atomism, cf. 78, 181, 434
Authority, 66, 151, 370, 421
Auxiliaries, 112, 115, 146, 482 n. 77
Avarice, 207, 209, 244, 258-9, 273, 354, 463
Average Man, 102, 105, 374, 395, 400, 422, 471
Barbarism, 380, 406-7, 426
Beatitude, 2, 51, 96
Beauty, xiii. n., 56, 61-2, 85, 111, 119, 131, 215
Beauty, physical, 63, 129, 167, 175, 219-20, 230-2, 241-2, 454
Becoming, 365-8, see also Phenomena
Being, 127, 138, 199, 313, 362-5
Benefit, 58, 62-3, 85, 165
Biological Functions, 177-80, 188, 239, 293
Birth, 263-4, cf. 9-10, 20-1, 68, 105-6, 130, 205, 392, 405, 454
Blessedness, 321, 390, 392, 393, 410, 465
Blindness, moral, 267-8, 271-2, 274, 327, 419
Body, Ch. VII, 369-70, 504n. 56, see also Soul
Body, Goods of, 356-60, 382-3, 388, cf. 129-30, 218, 220, etc.
Body, mathematical, 363-8
Brain, 295-6, 369-70, 373, 444-5, 529n. 27, 530n. 41
Business, 257-62, 275, cf. 40, 209, 224, 288, 347, 418, 458
Capital, 204-5, 258

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