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Book chapter

Свободная речь в «Горгии» Платона

С. 405-435.

The paper offers an interpretation of Plato’s dialogue Gorgias in the context of post- Nietzschean political thought (M. Heidegger, L. Strauss, H. Arendt, G. Deleuze, M. Foucault). Each interlocutor of the dialogue claims that his speech is free. Two different political logics are introduced: «geometrical» (as in the conversation between Socrates and Polus) and «erotic» (as in the conversation between Socrates and Kallikles). The philosopher is able to make use of both languages. In the end, it is only Socrates who truly speaks freely, because philosophy doesn’t seek to be loyal to any of these two logics as it only aspires to solve a political collision between freedom and justice.

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Свободная речь в «Горгии» Платона
Edited by: А. В. Михайловский, А. А. Глухов, О. В. Алиева и др. Т. 1. М.; СПб.: РГГУ-РХГА, 2013.