Euthyphro
Socratic dialogue of Plato’s, generally considered as early, dealing with the definition of piety (or holiness or...
The circle of Plato: mosaic from Pompeii
The mosaic from Pompeii which is known as the “Circle of Plato" depicts seven men in mature age - philosophers,...
Laches
Laches is an aporetic dialogue composed by Plato in his early period. It inquires into the definition of courage...
Marsilio Ficino
Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) was an Italian philosopher, and the most prominent advocate of Florentine Platonism. He...
Platonism and early Christian theology. The formation of the Christian doctrine
The Christian doctrine was formed during the first centuries A.D. as an explanation of the biblical teaching. Apart from other factors (religious, sacramental, social, etc.), a major role in its...
Proclus
The most prominent 5th c. philosopher of the School of Athens; an indefatigable commentator of Plato and the Chaldaean Oracles, theurgist, poet, mathematician, astronomer, and above all, an...
Sophist
The Sophist is a dialogue of Plato's late period. The subject under discussion is the definition of the nature of the sophist, and its distinction from that of the philosopher. The central topic...
Timaeus
One of Plato’s last dialogues, the only one dedicated to the natural world.
Platonism and early Christian theology. The formation of the Christian doctrine Proclus Sophist Timaeus