3 Aristotle's epistemology
4 Aristotle's metaphysics
5 Aristotle's ethics
6 Aristotle's critics
7 The loss of his works
9 Named after Aristotle...
1 Plato's Dialogues
2 Plato & Socrates
3 Narration of the dialogues
4 Trial of Socrates
5 Unity & Diversity of the dialogues
6 The question of Socratic literacy
10 Analogies & Themes
11 Socrates and the female
13 Theory of Forms
15 The state
16 Platonic scholarship
Plato’s Allegory of the Cave - Alex Gendler - a lesson
"Twenty four hundred years ago, Plato, one of history’s most famous thinkers, said life is like being chained up in a cave forced to watch shadows flitting across a stone wall.
Beyond sounding quite morbid, what exactly did he mean? Alex Gendler unravels Plato's Allegory of the Cave, found in Book VII of The Republic."
Who Was Socrates? – 8-Bit Philosophy
"Press Start for “Who Was Socrates?” by 8-Bit Philosophy, where classic video games introduce famous thinkers, problems, and concepts with quotes, teachings, and more." (YouTube)
History of Philosophy(engelsted.net) - The School in Athens :"The classical Greek
philosophy from Heraclitus and Parmenides to Platon and Aristotle. 5
animated Power-Point presentations" - René Descartes : "His life and works
as told to dogs." - The Leaning Tower : "Dog-version of the
history of philosophy from Galileo to Kant." - Classical Philosophy Ultrashort Version :"The
main themes and controversies of classical philosophy laid out in a
Greek Philosophy. (webs.ashlandctc.org) Socrates 470 BC – 399 BC. Plato 427 BC – 347
BC. Aristotle 384 BC – 323 BC. 11/29/06. Introduction to Philosophy
The ancient philosophers of Greece
"The fresco School of Athens was painted in the Papal apartments of the Vatican by Raphael.
Aristotle, who stands right of center, is leading, with Plato on his left, all of the ancient philosophers of Greece." (hubpages.com)
Philosophers (No link) From top left : Montaigne, Descartes, Newton, Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, Rousseau, Hume, and Kant.