- Author:Richard W. Sterling,William C. Scott,Plato
- Publisher:W W Norton & Co Inc; First Edition edition (June 1985)
- Pages:317 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Plato's 'Republic' is one of the most important works of ancient Greek philosophy, and one of the foundation pieces of political science and political philosophy of that and subsequent ages. It was one of the first pieces I read when undertaking a political science degree. Book II shows the setting out of an ideal city (city-states being the most common form of political organisation in Greece at the time of Plato, with Athens and other cities competing for dominant role). Division of labour becomes an immediate necessity if a city grows beyond a small village setting, according to the theory here.
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Richard W. Sterling is Professor of Government Emeritus at Dartmouth College. More books by William C. Scott. More books by Richard W. Sterling.
Sterling, Richard . and William C. Scott, Plato: The Republic: A New Translation, London: Norton, 1985 . Emlyn-Jones, Chris, and William Preddy, Plato V: Republic, Volume I. Books 1-5 and Plato VI: Republic, Volume II. Books 6-10, Harvard University Press, 2013, 567 and 503 pp. Scott, Plato: The Republic: A New Translation, London: Norton, 1985, 320 pp; 1996. Waterfield, Robin, Plato: Republic. Translated, with notes and an introduction, Oxford: Oxford World's Classics, 1993. Blair, George . Plato's Republic for Readers: A Constitution, University Press of America, 1998, 440 pp. Griffith, Tom, Plato: The Republic, ed. G. R. F. Ferrari, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Plato (c. 427–347 . founded the Academy in Athens, the prototype of all Western universities, and wrote more than twenty philosophical dialogues. Rouse was one of the great 20th century experts on Ancient Greece, and headmaster of the Perse School, Cambridge, England, for 26 years. He derived his knowledge of the Greeks not only from his wide studies of classical literature, but also by travelling extensively in Greece.
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Authoritative and idiomatic, this translation has already established an impressive foothold in the college market.