In the Ion, Socrates’s interlocutor is Ion, a decorated rhapsode of Homer’s poetry, a performer and interpreter of Homer’s works. Socrates greets him by saying how he envies the craft…
Josh discusses two distinct pictures of morality from Platos’ Protagoras, and how we might reconcile them.
Natalie discusses the importance of ethics for effective argument in Plato’s Euthydemus.
How to be a good public philosopher.
Steven challenges the supposed deficiency of escape.