PLATO | The REPUBLIC | Important Sources
The research that I have conducted for my book Plato’s Visual Utopia, revealed an enormous amount of articles and writings about Plato and the Republic. I include here links to articles of interest in Plato and his famed dialogue. I have included only links to sources that deal, in my view, with the most important subjects of Plato’s dialogue. In particular, I make reference to the following subjects: Justice, State, Individual, Education, Virtues and Art.
The Republic by Plato – Project Guttenberg | Plato Biography – Britannica | Plato’s Five Regimes – Fact/Myth Blog | The Republic by Plato – Spark Notes | Plato: Political Philosophy – Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy | Plato: The Failure of Democracy – Frostburg State University | Plato’s Ethics and Politics in the Republic – Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy | Plato’s Allegory of the Cave – S. Marc Cohen University of Washington | ‘The Allegory of the Cave’ by Plato: Summary and Meaning – Philosophyzer | Plato: A Theory of Forms – David Macintosh in Philosophy Now | Plato: The State and the Soul – Philosophy Pages | Analyzing the Theme of Justice in Plato’s “Republic” – Owlcation | Plato’s Republic: On the Tripartite Soul – Investing in the Classics | The three-part soul – Berkeley | Plato’s Theory of Education – Your Article Library | Plato’s Theory of Education – Countercurrents | What are the four Cardinal Virtues – ThoughtCo. | Plato (on art) – Rowan University
Also, read the related Blog posts as follows: Plato’s Dystopia, Plato’s Academia, Plato and Justice, Plato’s Imitation Theory, The Republic Lead subjects, Plato’s Regimes, Art as Imitation, Duality in Plato’s Republic, Plato and Art, Dystopia Connotations, Utopia Connotations, What is Utopia, Plato’s Republic, Who was Plato, Plato’s Visual Utopia book
Featured image, “Sculpture of Plato” – Photograph by Daniel Heller.