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2006 | 50-51 | 3-23
Article title

The fighting polis (the Plato's Timaeus 17 a - 27c and Laws 625c - 637b)

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PL
Abstracts
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The authoress asks two questions. The first, is war really the best action of a polis how the introductory conversation of the 'Timaeus' (19b -c) suggests. The second, has been the Sokrates' desire to see his ideal polis in action fulfilled in the 'Timaeus-Critias' sequence. The approach to the problems seems to be found in the 'Laws', where these two questions are turned to this one: might war be the pattern for a lawgiver.
Keywords
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PLATO   POLIS   WAR  
Contributors
  • D. Zygmuntowicz,
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Publication order reference
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07PLAAAA03116419
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.63a39e8e-878d-3d8d-8603-c9c85c01455c
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