— PHIL 361 (3)
Provides a substantial treatment of an important Platonic dialogue by emphasizing both its philosophical contributions and its historical/dramatic context. Begins with an overview of some characteristic philosophical themes and controversies found across the Platonic corpus. Includes a careful investigation of the structure, style, and arguments of that dialogue. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, and 201.
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