Despite Hippias Minor' s relative unpopularity, its authenticity is the subject of virtually no doubt: Aristotle (in Metaphysics , V, 120), Cicero (in De Oratore , III, 32) and Alexander of Aphrodisias all reference it as genuine.

In Hippias Minor , Socrates argues with Hippias about which kind of liar is the best, the man who deliberately contrives a lie, or the man who lies unwittingly, from not paying attention to what he is saying, or changing his mind. Socrates argues that the voluntary lie is better than the involuntary lie.

The sophist Hippias is visiting Athens from his home city of Elis on the occasion of the Olympic festival. An artisan, poet, rhetor, astronomer and arithmetician, Hippias has also appointed himself an expert on Homer. He has been favoring the crowds with displays of his literary opinions. Hippias' most recent display of oratory concerned who is the better man, Achilles or Odysseus. Socrates says that he could not follow his argument, but did not want to interrupt. Now that the three men are separated from the crowd, Socrates, encouraged by Eudicus, quizzes Hippias on the particulars of his opinion.

The Definitions (Greek: ... Platon: Œuvres complètes, v. 13, part 3: Dialogues apocryphes. 2nd edition, Les Belles Lettres, Paris 1962, pp. 151–173 ...

Hippias Minor or The Art of Cunning introduction and artwork by Paul Chan, translation by Sarah Ruden, ... Platon : Œuvres complètes, Tome 1, Gallimard, ...

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Despite Hippias Minor' s relative unpopularity, its authenticity is the subject of virtually no doubt: Aristotle (in Metaphysics , V, 120), Cicero (in De Oratore , III, 32) and Alexander of Aphrodisias all reference it as genuine.

In Hippias Minor , Socrates argues with Hippias about which kind of liar is the best, the man who deliberately contrives a lie, or the man who lies unwittingly, from not paying attention to what he is saying, or changing his mind. Socrates argues that the voluntary lie is better than the involuntary lie.

The sophist Hippias is visiting Athens from his home city of Elis on the occasion of the Olympic festival. An artisan, poet, rhetor, astronomer and arithmetician, Hippias has also appointed himself an expert on Homer. He has been favoring the crowds with displays of his literary opinions. Hippias' most recent display of oratory concerned who is the better man, Achilles or Odysseus. Socrates says that he could not follow his argument, but did not want to interrupt. Now that the three men are separated from the crowd, Socrates, encouraged by Eudicus, quizzes Hippias on the particulars of his opinion.

Despite Hippias Minor' s relative unpopularity, its authenticity is the subject of virtually no doubt: Aristotle (in Metaphysics , V, 120), Cicero (in De Oratore , III, 32) and Alexander of Aphrodisias all reference it as genuine.

In Hippias Minor , Socrates argues with Hippias about which kind of liar is the best, the man who deliberately contrives a lie, or the man who lies unwittingly, from not paying attention to what he is saying, or changing his mind. Socrates argues that the voluntary lie is better than the involuntary lie.

The sophist Hippias is visiting Athens from his home city of Elis on the occasion of the Olympic festival. An artisan, poet, rhetor, astronomer and arithmetician, Hippias has also appointed himself an expert on Homer. He has been favoring the crowds with displays of his literary opinions. Hippias' most recent display of oratory concerned who is the better man, Achilles or Odysseus. Socrates says that he could not follow his argument, but did not want to interrupt. Now that the three men are separated from the crowd, Socrates, encouraged by Eudicus, quizzes Hippias on the particulars of his opinion.

The Definitions (Greek: ... Platon: Œuvres complètes, v. 13, part 3: Dialogues apocryphes. 2nd edition, Les Belles Lettres, Paris 1962, pp. 151–173 ...

Hippias Minor or The Art of Cunning introduction and artwork by Paul Chan, translation by Sarah Ruden, ... Platon : Œuvres complètes, Tome 1, Gallimard, ...

02.08.2010  · Platon, œuvres complètes (OUVRAGES DE REF) (French Edition) - Kindle edition by Platon, Michel Narcy, Nestor L. Cordero, Georges Leroux, Frédérique ...

Platon, œuvres complètes (OUVRAGES DE REF) (French Edition.


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