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Plato's Poetics

This paper presents an introductory overview of Plato's poetics, aesthetics, and literary theory, with particular reference to his notion of mimesis, and grounding the discussion on his Theory of Ideas. It is part of a lecture series on the history of literary criticism, partly available online as Hypercritica: A Hypertextual History of Literary Criticism. 


Plato's Poetics


I used to teach a course in the history of literary criticism in the late 80s and early 90s. And I began, well, before Plato—but Plato was the first major author, before the pièce de résistance of Unit 1, i.e. Aristotle's Poetics. Anyway, this is Plato's "Poetics"—not that it's bound to exist as a bound volume.
And it's also been issued now in the following SSRN eJournals:

(Date posted: March 26, 2014)  

eJournal Classifications
AARN Subject Matter eJournals
CRN Subject Matter eJournals
LIT Subject Matter eJournals
PRN Subject Matter eJournals



_____. "1.2. Plato." 1986. Included in Hypercritica (2004).*

2014 DISCONTINUED 2020 2020

_____. "Plato's Poetics." 1986. Online PDF at Social Science Research Network 26 March 2014.*



Cultural Anthropology eJournal 26 March 2014.*


Ancient Philosophical and Scientific Texts eJournal 26 March 2014.*

Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 26 March 2014.*


History of Western Philosophy eJournal 26 March 2014.*


_____. "Plato's Poetics." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 4 April 2014.*


_____. "Plato's Poetics." 10 May 2014.*


_____. "Plato's Poetics." ResearchGate 10 May 2014.*


_____. "Plato's Poetics." Humanities Commons 31 Dec. 2017.*


_____. "Plato's Poetics." Semantic Scholar.*


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