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Plato: Phaedo
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Contents

1. Bibliography
2. Other resources
3. Credits



Abbreviations for the whole library.


Bibliography:

Meno, interprete Henrico Aristippo. Edidit Victor Kordeuter, recognovit et praefatione instruxit Carlotta Labowsky. (Plato Latinus, Vol. I.) London, 1940-

Ficino, Masilio, (tr.), Phaedo, in Platonis Opera Omnia, Basileae 1532, pp. 

Jowett, Benjamin (tr.), PHAEDO by Plato, Oxford 1892

Plato. Platonis Opera, ed. John Burnet. Oxford University Press. 1903. Accessed from Perseus.



Other resources:

Ficino, Masilio, (tr.), Phaedo, in Platonis Opera Omnia, Basileae 1532, pp. 491-521



Credits:

The PHAEDO has been read in a seminar at the departments IFIKK and IKOS, University of Oslo, in the spring semester 2015, and input into the Biblotheca Polyglotta has been undertaken accordingly. The participants in the seminar were Knut Erik Aagaard, Jens Braarvig, Jan Terje Faarlund, Eivind Lønaas, Arnhild Mindrebø, og Stian Sundstrøm. Jens Braarvig parsed Greek, Latin (Aristippi) and English, and Stian Sundstrøm digitized the Ficino translation and made the input.


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