Platonic Traditions in American Thought
Edited by Jay A. Bregman and Melanie B. Mineo.
This anthology of 1 essays by scholars from around the world is published in association with the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies. It contains many of the papers presented in their 1999 annual conference.
- Socratic Virtue as Divine Dunamis in the Meno and Theages - Melanie A. B. Mineo.
- The Cyclical Argument as Plato’s Summoner - Miriam Byrd.
- Enneads III.8 (30) and V.8 (31) as a Positive Dialogue with Gnostics - Michael McArthur.
- Consolation Within the Limits of Philosophy Alone - Lawrence Masek.
- The Neoplatonic and the Gothic: A Walk through Amiens Cathedral - Gina Zavota.
- The Unseen Site of Plato’s Biography - David Justin Hodge.
- A. Bronson Alcott’s Transcendental Neoplatonism and the Concord Summer School - Jay Bregman.
- Huckleberries, Thoreau, and Platonism - Daniel Dombrowski.
- The Platonism of Lawren Harris - Frederic M. Schroeder.
- Facing the Beasts: Platonic Ideas in Charles Williams’ The Place of the Lion - David Westlake.
- Plotinus and Kant on Beauty - Robert M. Berchman.
- Peirce and Plato - Kenneth Laine Ketner.
- Josiah Royce and Plotinus Neoplatonism - Frank Oppenheim, S. J.
- Dewey as a Reconstructed Platonist - Michael Eldridge.
- The Affinities Between Dewey’s Pragmatism and Plotinian Philosophy - Thomas Mether.
- The Platonic Eliade - Douglas Allen.
- Proclus’ Theories of Motion and Twentieth-Century Physics - Emilie Kutash.
368 pages. Paperback.
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These anthologies, published by the Prometheus Trust in association with the International Association for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS), collect essays by leading scholars in the field of (Neo)platonic philosophy.