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Xenophon downplays the relationship despite his keen awareness that Alcibiades is particularly problematic for one who wants to defend or rehabilitate Socrates. Rather, Socrates seems concerned about Alcibiades, and appears to harbor a suspicion that Alcibiades intends to do something sinister. Plato presents Socrates as the model philosopher, a martyr, and a paragon of the virtues. It is also widely believed that the issues involved have been exhaustively analysed by E.

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alcibiadew At e, Callicles asks whether. Although Polus’ point is of more general application, this is precisely what Critias and his fellow members of the Thirty had done in Plato’s purpose is wholly serious, but his portrait of Callicles seems to includes examples of Alcibiadean buffoonery in which the object of Plato’s attack is made to ridicule himself from his own mouth.

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Had the generals who were in charge listened to Alcibiades, or, better, had Alcibiades been in charge, the navy would not have made so critical a mistake.

It seems very likely that Alcibiades was the proposer of a decree granting proxenia and euergesia to Archelaus. At some point, the character of their relationship changed from what it was in the Alcibiades Major: If so, there should be a further link with the dream of Agariste Hdt. Apology Memorabilia Oeconomicus Symposium. Alcibiades demonstrates disrespect for the political and familial authority that Pericles represents, and argues forcefully against treating alcibizdes democratic laws of Athens with respect.

Forde, The Ambition to Rule: A Critical History with a Selection of Texts, 2nd edn. One of these was a aocibiades of Argive horses said by Plutarch to have belonged to “an Athenian named Diomedes, a respectable person and a friend of Alcibiades, desirous of winning an Olympic victory.


What Socrates says to Callicles is also full pltaon Alcibiadean meaning. Critias was making a fool of himself over the youthful Euthydemus, and Socrates pointed out to him that it was both demeaning and unseemly for a gentleman to beg for favours from someone he wanted to impress.

Alcibíades (personaje de ficción)

It seems possible, however, that the Protagoras comes between the two dialogues named for Alcibiades. Alcibiades’ fine clothes were legendary,! Callicles will even be given a “crack on the jaw” of an Alcibiadean nature cf.

Although Alcibiades was probably not involved in the mutilation of the Herms on the eve of the Athenians’ departure for Sicily, his enemies put about the story that he was.

Very simply, there were those who supported Alcibiades and those who opposed him. By his use of a conditional clause, Xenophon leaves open the possibility that these two did not harm the city or perhaps one of them did, but the other did not.

Dodds in his edition and commentary on the Gorgias, and that little more need be said. Or, at least, it deters generals from making daring decisions that might skirt the rules of ordinary propriety or piety, decisions that might often be necessary in military matters. For Alcibiades in general, see: By the end of Alcibiades Ithe youth is much persuaded by Socrates’ reasoning, and accepts him as his mentor. The conversation is problematic both for the behavior that Alcibiades displays and for the contents of his argument.

The discussion is wholly concerned with ooxppoovvriand it is hinted that for Critias the virtue in question is to be equated with the life of leisure, of non-engagement in day-to-day politics. But how does this relate to Polus in Gorgias? From b to d there are more than a dozen places where tyranny is discussed at some length.

Dialogues of Plato Socratic dialogues. Translated and Annotated by Amy L. Condemned in absentia for profanation inand cursed by practically all the Athenian clerisy in a dramatic ceremony,82 he lived in exile until On possible examples in Soph.

Corrupting the Youth: Xenophon and Plato on Socrates and Alcibiades

Sommaire – Document suivant. Vickers, Pericles on Stage: In fact, Xenophon never presents Alcibiades and Socrates together — conversing or sharing in some common activity. The Thirty, of which Critias was a member, were performing purges and killing citizens, and Alcibisdes wondered aloud whether a good herdsman would thin his herd in this manner.


Brock, “Plato and comedy”, in “Owls to Athens”: Another thorny problem in Gorgias scholarship is the presence in the text of apparently confusing chronological pointers to the dramatic date of the dialogue, which could be anywhere between and Socrates cannot be alcibiaes for such a failed student; he did the best he could have with such a nature. Alcibiades, for his part, rises on behalf of Socrates twice Prt. Here, rather unceremoniously, Alcibiaades exits the stage; Xenophon makes no further remarks about Alcibiades.

One sympathises with Ahl’s remark p. Plato from Plahon ‘s The School of Athens — This page was last edited on 5 Februaryat After these initial victories, he turns to procure funding from the Bithynians by simply threatening attack, from the Greeks in Hellespont which leads to an agreement with Chalcedon as well as Pharnabazosand he obtains a hundred talents from the Kerameios region.

Apart from the possible alcubiades to Alcibiades1 beauty, it may be that Plato was also using a real person’s name, using its literal meaning, coupled with elements of its owner’s character or reputation.

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Finally, for Socrates to call Callicles, Polus and Georgias “the wisest of the Greeks” a-b is surely ironic, and intended to recall the story recounted by Plato in the Apology that the Delphic oracle had stated that no one was wiser than Socrates, though no commentator seems to have made the connection. On fourth-century interest in Alcibiades, see I. Apelt Aufsatze, ; Apelt, Gorgias, There are no words beginning xvpavv- in Alckbiades part of the Gorgias, 14 in Polus’ part, and 7 in Callicles’.