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Theramenes is the only person actually mentioned in the sources as advocating the recall of Alcibiades in Gorgia Palermo, When Socrates congratulates his interlocutor on having been initiated into the Greater Mysteries before the Lesser, he p,aton Socrates cannot be blamed for such a failed student; he did the best he could have with such a nature.

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Tompkins, “Stylistic characterization in Thucydides: Retrieved from ” https: Again, this is an Alcibiadean, not a Socratic, failing. Hackett,v, — For as long as they associated with Socrates, they “were able, with the assistance of his example, to maintain a mastery over their immoral inclinations.

In the same speech d Socrates again tells Polus that he is talking to him in particular. Critias’ relations with Alcibiades seem to have been friendly until late in both their lives. There are many loose ends still, and many outstanding questions.

Like the Menexenus, where Socrates discourses with Aspasia inand like the portrayals of Aeschylus and Euripides in Aristophanes’ Frogs, the Gorgias is technically an example of idolopoieia, or a “dialogue of the dead”. In it, Socrates attempts to persuade Alcibiades that it is unsafe for him to pray to the gods if he does not know whether what he prays for is actually good or bad plafon him.


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Bia “force” is not the only word which Plato seems to use to play on Alcibiades’ name. Toronto and Sarasota, Ithaca — London, Cornell University Press, These are reminiscent of the virtues which Socrates attempted to instil in the young Critias and Alcibiades according to Xenophon. Hornblower, A Commentary on Thucy aides 1 Oxford, What Plato gives us at b-c would seem to be an insight into the development of the child Alcibiades: One of the grounds for supposing that this passage could not refer to Arginusae put forward by those who looked for a specific historical date for the Gorgias was that the trial of the Arginusae generals was no laughing matter Taylor [n.

This page was last edited on 5 Februaryat Socrates reminds him that his true rivals are the kings of Sparta and Persia.

It is the danger presented by an autocratic Alcibiades that Plato emphasizes in the Gorgias. Alcibiades may alvibiades may not have committed an act of gross impiety, but his skills as a military leader are undeniable. Plato from Raphael ‘s The School of Athens — He also discussed military strategy Mem.

Meier, Sokrates, sein Werk und sein geschichtliche Stellung Tubingen, alcibiade, n. On Alcibiades’ leonine characteristics, see E. The individual who is sent to the isles of the blest, however, is set up by Plato in the image of Socrates himself ; or rather of a Socrates who has lived a “holy” life cthus meeting the accusation that Socrates had been guilty of impiety. Plato, however, makes Socrates posit an afterlife in which this system of judgement has been replaced by one in which people are judged naked and dead by three judges, “two for Asia, Minos and Rhadamanthys, and one for Europe, Aeacus” who pass judgement in a meadow AeificDvi: An IntroductionLeiden, Brill Mnemosyne.


If, however, Callicles was cast in the role of an Alcibiades who had turned against Socrates’ teachings, then there would have been immense dramatic value paton making him thus to misquote Pindar, and to do so with a skilful play on words. Vickers, Pericles on Stage: Alcibiades, on this account, is unfit for philosophy due to a lack of many of the requisite virtues.

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This remark was reported to Critias and his comrade Charicles, and Charicles threatens to cull Socrates from the herd. The image of Critias in the fourth century—and later99 —was primarily that of an extraordinarily bloodthirsty tyrant, made. He is said to have remarked: