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Trials of ReasonPlato and the Crafting of Philosophy$

David Wolfsdorf

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There is far too much secondary literature on Plato's early dialogues for one person to compass. I hope to have covered the most important contributions to the particular questions and problems discussed in the study, as well as all of the relevant contributions of the last thirty years up to 2005 in the major ancient philosophy journals.

Generally speaking, in the main body of the study, I have tried to avoid as much direct engagement with secondary literature as possible. Given my penchant for journal articles heavy with such discussions, this has been rather unsatisfying. However, my aim in writing the book has been accessibility. I would like to reach a relatively broad audience. Those who seek more engagement with the secondary literature and who would like to know where my particular contributions stand relative to the status quaestionum should consider, for chapter 1, Wolfsdorf (1998), (1999), (2004a); for chapter 2, Wolfsdorf (2006a), (2006b), (2006d), (2008b); for chapter 3, Wolfsdorf (2002), (2004b), (2004c), (2005c), (2006b), (2006e); for chapter 4, Wolfsdorf (2003a), (2003b), (2003c), (2008c); for chapter 5, Wolfsdorf (1997), (2005a), (2006c), (2008a); and for appendix 2, Wolfsdorf (2007). Let me also note two points in respect to which the present study differs from certain of my other publications. In Wolfsdorf (2006a) I make an appeal to Socratic irony to justify an interpretation of the final step in Socrates' argument. In section 2 of chapter 2, I avoid that misguided maneuver. Also, section 6 of chapter 2 supersedes Wolfsdorf (2008a). In fact, Wolfsdorf (2008a) was actually written in 2002 and is an immature effort.

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