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  1. Elenchus, Recollection, and the Method of Hypothesis in the Meno.Cristina Ionescu - 2017 - Plato Journal: The Journal of the International Plato Society 17:9-29.
    The Meno is often interpreted as an illustration of Plato’s decision to replace elenchus with recollection and the method of hypothesis. My paper challenges this view and defends instead two theses: that far from replacing elenchus, the method of hypothesis incorporates and uses elenctic arguments in order to test and build its own steps; and that recollection is not a method of search on a par with elenchus and the method of hypothesis, but is rather primarily a theory that accounts (...)
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  • Μανια and Αληθεια in Plato's Phaedrvs.Fábio Serranito - 2020 - Classical Quarterly 70 (1):101-118.
    This article maps the complex and changing interrelation of madness and truth in the erotic speeches of the Phaedrus. I try to show that μανία is not merely a secondary aspect but rather a fundamental element within the structure binding together the sequence of speeches. I will show how what starts as an apparently simple binary opposition between μανία and ἀλήθεια in Lysias’ speech and Socrates’ first speech suffers an important modification at the beginning of the palinode, and is finally (...)
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  • Diagrams: Socrates and Meno's Slave.Marcus Giaquinto - 1993 - International Journal of Philosophical Studies 1 (1):81 – 97.
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  • Platonic Anamnesis Revisited.Dominic Scott - 1987 - Classical Quarterly 37 (2):346-366.
    The belief in innate knowledge has a history almost as long as that of philosophy itself. In our own century it has been propounded in a linguistic context by Chomsky, who sees himself as the heir to a tradition including such philosophers as Descartes, the Cambridge Platonists and Leibniz. But the ancestor of all these is, of course, Plato's theory of recollection or anamnesis. This stands out as unique among all other innatist theses not simply because it was the first, (...)
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  • Anamnesis: Platonic Doctrine or Sophistic Absurdity?William S. Cobb - 1973 - Dialogue 12 (4):604-628.
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