About the author: S.P. Ward received his PhD in Greek Philosophy from Manchester Victoria University. He has lectured and tutored in universities and private schools in England and overseas. He currently lives in the south of France.
2002 0-7734-7249-5 This work is the first to demonstrate the differences and similarities between Plato’s myths and the traditional kind of which he was critical. It also actively demonstrates the extent to which his own myths support or undermine the philosophical ideas of the dialogues in which they are set. It offers new arguments and criticism on point of detail concerning modern interpretations.