Plato 1

Plato 2

© The several contributors and in this collection as a whole Gretchen J. Reydams-Schils 2006.

Contents

1 Editorial Statement and Call for Papers Appel à contributions,  Contributi, Normas para la presentación de colaboraciones, Beiträge Erwünscht Gretchen J. Reydams-Schils
2

Models in Plato's Sophist and Statesman

Mary Louise Gill
3 Paradigm and diairesis: a response to Prof. M.L. Gill's 'Models in Plato's Sophist and Statesman' Dimitri El Murr
4 Measure and the Arts in Plato's Statesman Xavier Márquez
5 Sur de prétendues anomalies dans le Ménexène de Platon Étienne Helmer
6 Excess and Deficiency at Statesman 283C-285C: Update of Appendix A Kenneth Sayre
7 La concomittance de la nature des êtres et du temps selon l'Ambiguum 10 de Maxime le Confesseur: Une trace byzantine de l'exégèse tardo-antique du Timée Pascal Mueller-Jourdan
8

Le rôle de la partie intermédiaire (thumós) dans la tripartition de l'âme

Olivier Renaut
9 Un compte rendu de Nicolas Grimaldi, Socrate le sorcier Morgan Gaulin
10 Review of Fabián Mié, Dialéctica, predicación y metafísica en Platón: Investigaciones sobre el Sofista y los diálogos tardíos Eduardo Héctor Mombello
11 Review of Heidegger and Plato: Towards Dialogue, edited byCatalin Partenie and Tom Rockmore Megan Halteman Zwart

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EDITORIAL STATEMENT

A major advantage of an electronic medium is that it allows for a continuation of discussion, and so the group of papers on the Statesman in the previous issue have led to three more in this one: by Mary Louise Gill (Brown University), Dimitri El Murr (a response to Gill's paper, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Durham University), and Xavier Marquez (University of Notre Dame). Also, Kenneth Sayre is posting an update of "Appendix A, on Equivalents for the Great and the Small in Aristotle and his Commentators," from his contribution on the Statesman to Plato 5. At this point further suggestions and updates are invited, and can be submitted either to Kenneth Sayre directly (Sayre.1@nd.edu) or through the journal (Gretchen.J.Reydams-Schils.1@nd.edu). In addition, Plato 6 contains contributions on Plato's psychology, by Olivier Renaut (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne), on the Menexenus, by Etienne Helmer (Lycée Louise Weiss), and on the legacy of the Timaeus in Maximus the Confessor, by Pascal Mueller-Jpurdan (Université de Fribourg). Plato 6 concludes with three book reviews, by Morgan Gaulin (Université de Montréal), Eduardo Mombello (Universidad Nacional del Comahue), and Megan Halteman Zwart (University of Notre Dame).


All future contributions should be sent to:

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Platonic scholars can take up the opportunity to use this journal as a means of reaching a truly world-wide scholarly audience. Articles so published have a distinct publication home (the URL of the journal) and remain in the copyright of the contributor. The journal is especially suitable for, but not limited to, shorter papers (up to 4,000 words) in which new ideas about Plato, the Platonic tradition or responses to Platonic scholarship can be communicated promptly to the larger academic community. All submissions are refereed (anonymously) by expert readers, including a native or fluent speaker of the language of the article.

The next deadline for submission of contributions is end of September 2006.

APPEL À CONTRIBUTIONS

A partir du numéro Trois, le journal comprendra principalement des articles qui nous auront été envoyés. Ces articles pourront concerner n'importe quel aspect des études platoniciennes, et ne devraient pas excéder 4000 mots. En les préparant, veuilllez repectez les normes de présentation qui suivent cet appel à contributions. Tous les articles envoyés seront étudiés par un membre du comité éditorial (l'actuel comité directeur de la Société Internationale des études platoniciennes) ou par un autre chercheur spécialiste qui parle couramment le langage de l'article. Veuillez envoyer vos articles par email comme un document joint, Gretchen.J.Reydams-Schils.1@nd.edu (avant le 30/9/06).

CONTRIBUTI

Dal numero 3 PLATO sarà composta principalmente di articoli non commisionati dalla rivista. I contributi, che non devono oltrepassare le 4000 parole, possono vertere su qualsiasi aspetto degli studi platonici. Gli autori sono pregati di seguire le norme editoriali che seguono questo annuncio. Tutti gli articoli ricevuti saranno valutati da un membro del comitato editoriale (l'attuale Comitato Esecutivo della International Plato Society) o da un altro studioso esperto nel campo che abbia conoscenza della lingua del contributo. Gli articoli possono essere consegnati tramite posta elettronica all'indirizzo Gretchen.J.Reydams-Schils.1@nd.edu  (prima di 30/9/06).

NORMAS PARA LA PRESENTACIÓN DE COLABORACIONES

A partir del número 3, la revista consiste principalmente en trabajos remitidos por colaboradores. Los artículos enviados pueden tratar cualquier aspecto de los estudios platónicos, no deben sobrepasar las 4,000 palabras, y deben seguir las normas de publicación que se indican a continuación. Todos los artículos enviados serán evaluados por un miembro del Consejo de Redacción (el actual Comité Ejecutivo de la International Plato Society) u otro experto con dominio del idioma del trabajo remitido. Los artículos han de enviarse como archivo adjunto a la siguiente dirección de correo electrónico: Gretchen.J.Reydams-Schils.1@nd.edu (antes de 30/9/06).

BEITRÄGE ERWÜNSCHT

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References: Plato

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