"An excellent philosophical commentary on the Phaedo. Lucidly sets out all the salient problems and controversies."--J.M. Dillon, University of Washington
A personal look at the death of Socrates told by his student who watched him commit suicide.Published 2 months ago by Jane H. Bock
This is required reading material for a Philosophy class that my daughter is taking. The book arrived quickly and she is happy with the purchase.Published 4 months ago by Karen Amyot
I bought the kindle edition, owning the physical edition of this book... the kindle version lacks all of the location marks from the book, and is not marked for page numbers... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gordon M.
Easy to understand and find key points for assignmentsPublished 10 months ago by Marie Hill-northrip
I had to read this book for class and it was enjoyable yet a bit frustrating at times in its repetitionPublished 10 months ago by Alias
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