THE ROLE OF REASON IN PLATO’S PHILOSOPHY

A. Domanski

Abstract


The world of the Platonic teaching is a realm of changelessness for a heart saddened by the spectacle of inevitable change. It is order for a mind perturbed by a nightmare of endless chaos. It is the cosmos of reason, of which one may have a glimpse in anything of beauty ... It is the pattern which the mind of man may come to know ... (Edman 1927: xxxviii)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/46-0-117

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