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Platon Dialogos 5 Parmenides Teeteto Sofista Politico Gredos Ocr.pdf


Platon Dialogos 5 Parmenides Teeteto Sofista Politico Gredos Ocr.pdf




This is the title of a PDF file that contains the Spanish translations of four Platonic dialogues: Parmenides, Theaetetus, Sophist, and Statesman. These translations were published by Editorial Gredos in 1988 as part of the Biblioteca Clásica Gredos series. The translators, introductions, and notes were done by Mª Isabel Santa Cruz (Parmenides and Statesman), Álvaro Vallejo Campos (Theaetetus), and Néstor Luis Cordero (Sophist).


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The PDF file is available for free download from the Internet Archive, a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. The file was uploaded by vmsh on February 5, 2021. The file has 624 pages and a size of 23.9 MB. The file was scanned and processed by an optical character recognition (OCR) software, which converts images of text into editable text. However, the OCR process may introduce some errors or inaccuracies in the text.


The four dialogues in this PDF file belong to the late period of Plato's philosophical production. They are connected by several cross-references and by a new interest in the Eleatic philosophy. The Parmenides marks a break and a transition between the middle or mature dialogues and the late ones. It raises a series of objections to the Forms and their relation to things, as they have been presented in the middle dialogues, especially in the Phaedo and the Republic. It also offers the elements for the solution of the difficulties posed, and opens the way for the Sophist. The Theaetetus is a dialogue about knowledge, in which three definitions of knowledge are examined and refuted: knowledge as perception, knowledge as true opinion, and knowledge as true opinion with an account. The Sophist is a dialogue about being and not-being, in which the Eleatic Stranger refutes the paradoxes of Parmenides and Zeno, and defines the sophist as a producer of false images of being. The Statesman is a dialogue about politics, in which the Eleatic Stranger distinguishes between different forms of government and proposes a model of the ideal ruler as a skilled weaver of human characters.


The Biblioteca Clásica Gredos is a collection of classical texts from Greek and Latin authors, edited and translated by Spanish scholars. It was founded in 1977 by Editorial Gredos, with Carlos García Gual as the advisor for the Greek section. The collection aims to offer reliable and accessible editions of the classical works, with introductions, notes, bibliographies, indexes, maps, and illustrations. The collection covers different genres and periods of classical literature, from Homer to late antiquity. As of 2020, the collection has published more than 400 volumes.


This PDF file is a valuable resource for anyone interested in Plato's philosophy and its reception in Spain. It offers four of Plato's most important and challenging dialogues in a clear and faithful translation, with helpful annotations and explanations. It also preserves the original format and layout of the Biblioteca Clásica Gredos edition, which enhances its readability and aesthetic appeal.


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