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The Method of Hypothesis and the Nature of Soul in Plato's Phaedo

Explores the impact of the governing method of hypothesis in Plato's Phaedo on the dialogues' arguments for the soul's immortality. Les mer
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Explores the impact of the governing method of hypothesis in Plato's Phaedo on the dialogues' arguments for the soul's immortality.

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1. Introduction; 2. The inconclusive character of the Phaedo's arguments; 3. The dialectical function of the method of hypothesis; 4. Dialectical progression in the discussion of suicide; 5. The dialectical function of the cyclical arguments; 6. The recollection argument's introduction of the Forms hypothesis; 7. The turn to the nature of soul in the affinity argument; 8. Soul as substance in Socrates' response to Simmias; 9. Toward the nature of soul in the final argument; 10. Justified belief on the way to first principles; 11. Mythologia and the Philosophic Life.