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Listed below are the most recent publications for the Ancient Philosophy research group and the Poetry and Philosophy project.

 

The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy vol 13, 2014

John Sallis, "Plato's Sophist. A Different Look", 283-291

Vigdis Songe-Møller, "Socrates, the Stranger, and Parmenides in Plato's Sophist: Two Troubled Relationships", 292-305

Jens Kristian Larsen, "The Virtue of Power", 306-317

Hallvard Fossheim, "Development and Not-Being in Plato's Sophist" , 318-328

Kristin Sampson, "A Third Possibility: Mixture and Musicality", 329-338

  

Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift [Norwegian Philosophical Journal] no. 1, 2013

Theme: Plato's Symposion

Drew A. Hyland, "The Whole Comedy and Tragedy of Philosophy: On Aristophanes' Speech in Plato's Symposium", 6-19.

Hayden W. Ausland, "Poetry vs Philosophy. The Case of Plato' Symposium", 20-43.

Elena Irrera, "A Eulogy of the Written Dialogue?", 44-58.

Knut Ågotnes, "Filotimia. On Rhetoric, Virtue and Values in the Symposium", 59-73.

Jens Kristian Larsen, "The Love of the Beloved", 74-87.

Cynthia Freeland, "Eryximachus' Speech and Presocratic Thought: Love as Cosmic Harmony", 88-99.

Kristin Sampson, "The Philosophical Significance of the Figure of Diotima", 100-111.

 

Symbolae Osloenses vol. 84, 2010:

Hayden W. Ausland, "Poetry, Rhetoric, and Fiction in Plato's Phaedrus", 2-25.

Øyvind Rabbås, "Writing, Memory, and Wisdom: The Critique of Writing in the Phaedrus", 26-48.

Hallvard J. Fossheim, "Non-Individuality in the Phaedrus", 49-61.

Cynthia Freeland, "Imagery in the Phaedrus: Seeing, Growing, Nourishing", Phaedrus", 62-72.

Jens Kristian Larsen, "Dialectic of Eros and Myth of the Soul in Plato´s Phaedrus", 73-89.

 

Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift no. 2, 2008

Theme: Plato - Poetry and Philosophy

Vigdis Songe-Møller, "Memory and Mourning: a threat to Plato’s philosophy?".

Hayden W. Ausland, "On the Paradigmatic Dimension of Mimetic Poetry in Republic 10".

Cynthia Freeland, "Nearer Means Bigger: Artistic imitations and pleasure-illusions in Republic IX, X and the Philebus".

Knut Ågotnes, "Socrates knows even less than he claims to do in the Apology".

Hallvard Fossheim, “The Role of Magic in Republic X”, 129-135.

Sarah E. Worth, “Plato, Imitation, and Narration: a look into the narrative effects of literature", 162-173.

 

Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift no. 1-2, 2007

Theme: Plato

Hayden W. Ausland, "Socratic Induction - The Rhetorical and Poetic Background".

Cynthia Freeland, "Plato's Philebus: Pleasure, Imagination and Poetry".

Knut Ågotnes, "Daidalosstatuer - verken technê eller diktning. Filosofisk diskurs hos Platon".