Definition of Phaedrus. Meaning of Phaedrus. Synonyms of Phaedrus

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Phaedrus. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Phaedrus and, of course, Phaedrus synonyms and on the right images related to the word Phaedrus.

Definition of Phaedrus

No result for Phaedrus. Showing similar results...

Meaning of Phaedrus from wikipedia

- The Phaedrus (/ˈfiːdrəs/; Gr****: Φαῖδρος, translit. Phaidros), written by Plato, is a dialogue between Plato's protagonist, Socrates, and Phaedrus, an...
- Phaedrus may refer to: Phaedrus (Athenian) (c. 444 BC – 393 BC), an Athenian aristocrat depicted in Plato's dialogues Phaedrus (fabulist) (c. 15 BC – c...
- Bird in Borrowed Feathers; in Phaedrus it is a jackdaw (graculus). In the case of The Horse that Lost its Liberty, Phaedrus has it disputing with a boar...
- writing point to Phaedrus' interests in mythology and natural science. On the Mysteries, an extant speech of Andocides, names Phaedrus as one of the individuals...
- past self, who is referred to in the third person as Phaedrus (after Plato's dialogue). Phaedrus, a teacher of creative and technical writing at a small...
- interpretations of Plato Katha Upanishad Phaedrus, section 246b, Retrieved 2010-11-17. Plato; Jowett, Benjamin. "Phaedrus, p 41". Project Gutenberg. Retrieved...
- awe pre-date Aristotle. In Phaedrus, a dialogue aut****d by Plato, a sagely Socrates and his student of rhetoric Phaedrus engage in thoughtful repartee...
- Ox”), p. 90, illustrated Latin m****cript, at uni-mannheim.de Phaedrus Übersetzungen (Phaedrus translations) at lateinheft.de, accessed 29 Nov. 2013. 10....
- together with other friends. The character Phaedrus is linked to the main story line by character (Phaedrus is also a parti****nt in the Symposium and...
- drawn from it. The first appearance of the fable is in the collection of Phaedrus (Book 1.31). It is an illustration of political foolishness and tells how...
Loading...