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Return to Book Page. Bruno Vancamp. Das Buch bietet eine neue kritische Ausgabe der platonischen Dialoge aHippias maioro und aHippias minoro. Der Text basiert erstmalig auf einer Untersuchung der gesamten handschriftlichen uberlieferung, wobei alle uns erhaltenen Textzeugen systematisch ausgewertet wurden. Die ersten Ausgaben der Renaissance darunter Ficinos lateinische ubersetzung sowie die - allerdings s Das Buch bietet eine neue kritische Ausgabe der platonischen Dialoge aHippias maioro und aHippias minoro.
Die ersten Ausgaben der Renaissance darunter Ficinos lateinische ubersetzung sowie die - allerdings sparliche - Sekundaruberlieferung sind auch berucksichtigt worden. Im textkritischen Apparat wurden neu entdeckte Varianten zum ersten Mal verzeichnet und es konnten gar nicht so seltene Kollationsfehler fruherer Ausgaben beseitigt werden.
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Hippias maior/Hippias minor (Palingenesia)
Sider David. Hippias, at the start of the dialogue, has just boasted that Elis constantly calls upon him to serve on embassies. Generally speaking, the views held fall in one or another of the following categories :. The author of the dialogue — perhaps an Academician and contemporary of Plato — thought that Bias and Pittacus abstained from political activities. Since Plato must have known the truth of the matter, this, along with other may be taken to prove that the dialogue is spurious l.