- Title Pages
- Contributors and Editors
- Introduction The Good and the form of the Good in Plato’s Republic
- 1 What is the form of the Good the form of? A Question about the Plot of the Republic
- 2 Glaucon’s Challenge, Rational Egoism and Ordinary Morality
- 3 Thrasymachean Rulers, Altruistic Rulers and Socratic Rulers
- 4 Neutralism In Book I of the Republic
- 5 The Good, Advantage, Happiness and the form of the Good: How Continuous with Socratic Ethics is Platonic Ethics?
- 6 The Form of the Good and The Good in Plato’s Republic
- 7 Flourishing: The Central Concept of Practical Thought
- 8 Is Plato’s Conception of the form of the Good Contradictory?
- 9 The Good, Essences and Relations
- 10 The Idea of the Good and the other Forms in Plato’s Republic
- 11 The Aporia in the Charmides About Reflexive Knowledge and the Contribution to its Solution in the sun Analogy of the Republic
- 12 The Good and Mathematics
- 13 The Good and Order: Does the Republic Display an Analogy Between a Science of Ethics and Mathematics?
- 14 Inquiry and Justification in the Search for the Highest Good in Plato and Aristotle
- 15 The Carpenter and the Good
- 16 Conversion or Conversation? a Note on Plato’s Philosophical Methods
- Pursuing the Good
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