1945 farabrs plato 1 by leo strauss eben derselbe gedanke kann, an "the identical thought can have einem andern orte. einen pan? a completely different meaning in an
plato thirty-five dialogues and thirteen letters have come down to us as platonic writings, not all of which are now regarded as genuine. some. scholars go so far as to doubt
leo strauss plato & xenophon on the problem of sokrates university of chicago 1960
leo strauss plato & xenophon on the problem of sokrates university of chicago 1960 text1: pages 1,3 missing
leo strauss, lecture critique leo strauss, lecture critique 1strauss et weber 2convocation d'aristote 4strauss et machiavel 6le jugement de valeur selon strauss 7philosophie,
humanitas 69altruism & the art of writing: plato, cicero, & leo strauss altruism and the art of writing: plato, cicero, and leo strauss william h. f. altman h.
farabi's plato' by leo strauss "the identical thought can have 1945 eben derselbe gedanke bnn, all einem andem orte. einen ganl andem wert haben. a completely
ii while the apology of socrates is the public conversation of socrates carried on in broad daylight with the city of athens, the crito presents a conversation which he had
review: walker's machiavelli author(s): leo strauss reviewed work(s): the discourses of niccol machiavelli by leslie j. walker source: the review of metaphysics, vol.
machiavelli's intention: the prince author(s): leo strauss source: the american political science review, vol. 51, no. 1 (mar., 1957), pp. 13-40 published by: american
niccolo -maciiia\/elli 1469-~15z7 men often speak of virtue without using the word but saying instead the quality of life" or the great society" or ethical
7 eerelativism" leo strauss "relativism" has many meanings. in order not to become confused by the "blind scholastic pedantry" that exhausts itself
2 the knights (,f) the complaints with which this play opens are uttered in a dialogue between two servants. the soliloquies with which. the clouds and the acharniam begin
3 the ivasps i) this play begins, just 2s me knights, with i dialogue between two slaves. yet whereas in the knights the slaves hc in fact generals, in the wlups the slaves
volume 36 issue 1 3 fall 2008 emmanuel patard restatement, by leo strauss (critical edition) introductory remarks leo strauss: restatement (1950) supplement to