Parution : Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Plato in Antiquity

Edited by Harold Tarrant, University of Newcastle Australia, Danielle A. Layne, Gonzaga University, Dirk Baltzly, University of Tasmania and Monash University, and François Renaud, Université de Moncton

Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Plato in Antiquity offers a comprehensive account of the ways in which ancient readers responded to Plato, as philosopher, as author, and more generally as a central figure in the intellectual heritage of Classical Greece, from his death in the fourth century BCE until the Platonist and Aristotelian commentators in the sixth century CE. The volume is divided into three sections: ‘Early Developments in Reception’ (four chapters); ‘Early Imperial Reception’ (nine chapters); and ‘Early Christianity and Late Antique Platonism’ (eighteen chapters). Sectional introductions cover matters of importance that could not easily be covered in dedicated chapters. The book demonstrates the great variety of approaches to and interpretations of Plato among even his most dedicated ancient readers, offering some salutary lessons for his modern readers too.

Contributors are: Crystal Addey, Sara Ahbel-Rappe, Francesca Alesse, Polymnia Athanassiadi, Dirk Baltzly, Mauro Bonazzi, Michael Chase, Dennis Clark, John Finamore, Ryan C. Fowler, Gary Gabor, Lloyd Gerson, Michael Griffin, Christina Hoenig, Phillip Sidney Horky, Danielle A. Layne, Carl S. O’Brien, Dominic J. O’Meara, Jan Opsomer, Federico M. Petrucci, Ilaria Ramelli, François Renaud, Julius Rocca, Geert Roskam, Charles Snyder, Harold Tarrant, John D. Turner, Gerd Van Riel, Sarah Klitenic Wear, Sami Yli-Karjanmaa.

Table of contents

Notes on Contributors
Part I. Early Developments in Reception
Introduction: The Old Academy to Cicero
1 Speusippus and Xenocrates on the Pursuit and Ends of Philosophy
Phillip Sidney Horky
2 The Influence of the Platonic Dialogues on Stoic Ethics from Zeno to Panaetius of Rhodes
Francesca Alesse
3 Plato and the Freedom of the New Academy
Charles E. Snyder
4 Return to Plato and Transition to Middle Platonism in Cicero
François Renaud

Part II. Early Imperial Reception of Plato
Introduction: Early Imperial Reception of Plato
5 From Fringe Reading to Core Curriculum: Commentary, Introduction and Doctrinal Summary
Harold Tarrant
6 Philo of Alexandria
Sami Yli-Karjanmaa
7 Plutarch of Chaeronea and the Anonymous Commentator on the Theaetetus
Mauro Bonazzi
8 Theon of Smyrna: Re-thinking Platonic Mathematics in Middle Platonism
Federico M. Petrucci
9 Cupid’s Swan from the Academy (De Plat. 1.1, 183): Apuleius’ Reception of Plato
Geert Roskam
10 Alcinous’ Reception of Plato
Carl S. O’Brien
11 Numenius: Portrait of a Platonicus
Polymnia Athanassiadi
12 Galen and Middle Platonism: The Case of the Demiurge
Julius Rocca
13 Variations of Receptions of Plato during the Second Sophistic
Ryan C. Fowler

Part III. Early Christianity and Late Antique Platonism
Introduction: Early Christianity and Late Antique Platonism
14 Origen to Evagrius
Ilaria Ramelli
15 Sethian Gnostic Appropriations of Plato
John D. Turner
16 Plotinus and Platonism
Lloyd P. Gerson
17 Porphyry
Michael Chase
18 The Anonymous Commentary on the Parmenides
Dennis Clark
19 Iamblichus, the Commentary Tradition, and the Soul
John Finamore
20 Amelius and Theodore of Asine
Dirk Baltzly
21 Plato’s Political Dialogues in the Writings of Julian the Emperor
Dominic J. O’Meara
22 Plato’s Women Readers
Crystal Addey
23 Calcidius
Christina Hoenig
24 Augustine’s Plato
Gerd Van Riel
25 Orthodoxy and Allegory: Syrianus’ Metaphysical Hermeneutics
Sarah Klitenic Wear
26 Hermias: On Plato’s Phaedrus
Harold Tarrant and Dirk Baltzly
27 Proclus and the Authority of Plato
Jan Opsomer
28 Damascius the Platonic Successor: Socratic Activity and Philosophy in the 6thCentury CE
Sara Ahbel-Rappe
29 The Anonymous Prolegomena to Platonic Philosophy
Danielle A. Layne
30 Olympiodorus of Alexandria
Michael Griffin
31 Simplicius of Cilicia: Plato’s Last Interpreter
Gary Gabor

General Index
Index Locorum

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