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This section of the book Akrasia in Greek Philosophy: From Socrates to Plotinus contains a list of reference books and material. In ‘Akrasia and the structure of the passions in Plato’s Timaeus’, Gabriela Carone turns to the Timaeus and its denial that anyone ever does wrong voluntarily, and proposes to square this denial with the Timaeus’ talk of tripartition of the soul and the putative denial that the lower parts of the soul may share in propositional attitudes. In ‘Plato and enkrateia’, Louis-André Dorion concentrates on the notion of enkrateia in Plato and Xenophon.

Keywords: enkrateia’; Louis-André Dorion; Plato



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