Is Being One Only One? The Uniqueness of Platonic Forms

Apeiron 41 (4):211-228 (2008)
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I am interested in examining the reasoning of Plato’s extremely condensed argument in Republic X for the uniqueness of Forms. I will explore the metaphysical principles and assumptions that are supplied in the text, or need to be presupposed in order to understand the reasoning in the argument. Further, I will reflect on the truth and philosophical significance of its conclusion.

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Anna Marmodoro
Durham University


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