Protagoras, Testimonia, Part 3: Reception (R)

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EARLY GREEK PHILOSOPHY VIII

PROTAGORAS [80 DK]

R Attestations and Allusions in Dramatic Authors

See DRAM. T18–T19

The Attack by Democritus

See R22; ATOM. R89, R109

Protagoras’ Role for Plato the Writer (R1–R3) Protagoras as the Source of Plato’s Dialogues? (R1–R2)

R1 (< B5) Diog. Laert.

a 3.37

[. . .] ἣν Πολιτείαν Ἀριστόξενός φησι [Frag. 67 Wehrli] πᾶσαν σχεδὸν ἐν τοῖς Πρωταγόρου γεγράφθαι Ἀντιλογικοῖς.

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PROTAGORAS

PROTAGORAS

R Attestations and Allusions in Dramatic Authors

See DRAM. T18–T19

The Attack by Democritus

See R22; ATOM. R89, R109

Protagoras’ Role for Plato the Writer (R1–R3) Protagoras as the Source of Plato’s Dialogues? (R1–R2)

R1 (< B5) Diogenes Laertius

a

[. . .] the Republic, which, Aristoxenus says, was almost entirely written in Protagoras’ Opposing Arguments.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.protagoras-reception.2016