By John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller
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1. Importance of Plato's writings even in a literary point of view 2. Life of Plato 3. His political character and conduct His literary relations to his contemporaries and predecessors 4. 42 44 51 54 CONTEXTS. XXX PAGE §6. Why he wnHo ill 57 iliiilogucs 6. loj;iavl t>nlcr 7. rUto's dialectics 8. Hi» rthical systoin P. His arrangement of his works 59 ^^ ^^ 9^ jihysicnl sjieculations 10. reculiaritica 9° and excellences of bis style CHAPTEE XL. ARISTOTLE. Life of Aristotle loo 2. General view of his writings 3.