Plato in the Third Sophistic
Ed. by Fowler, Ryan C.
Series:Millennium-Studien / Millennium Studies 50
Aims and Scope
Plato in the Third Sophistic examines the influence and impact of Plato and Platonism in the era of Byzantine and Christian rhetoric. The volume brings together specially commissioned articles from leading scholars of late antique philosophy and literature. Their examinations show that Plato is the single most important and influential literary figure used to frame the literature of this time. Plato in the Third Sophistic will help scholars and students from a wide range of disciplines to better understand the development of Christian literature in this era as an essential link in the history of Platonism as well as that of Christianity.
- viii, 310 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Plato; philosophy
- All interested in Platonism, rhetoric, and the development of Christian thought and literature in Late Antiquity