"...The quality and insight of the contributions are very high, and the range of addressed themes very broad...." --Diego De Brasi, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Bryn Mawr Classical Review
"...a good paper on Plato's moral psychology.... articulate and carefully reasoned work on the Timaeus is attributed to the Laws..." --Philosophy in Review, John Mouracade, University of Alaska Anchorage
This volume provides new essays on the Laws, Plato's last dialogue and major work of political philosophy besides the Republic. The essays cover a wide range of topics in the Laws, including political and ethical philosophy, psychology, theology and aesthetics. It will interest philosophers, classicists and political theorists.