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D. C. Schindler demonstrates a wondrous and abundant proficiency with the intricacies and technicalities of scholarly argument, but, delightfully, scholarly dexterity never takes centre stage in Schindlerâ€™s work. For all the way through this remarkable text, one is in hot pursuit of those things that Plato himself most ardently pursues. And this â€“ far more than its thrilling scholarship â€“ is what one finds most unusual and vital about Schindlerâ€™s text. For Plato abhors the violent moral relativism of misology and upholds right love for the divine as the core of the very â€˜this world concernedâ€™ philosophical way. Schindler is very much walking along side Plato in these concerns, even though such an abhorrence and such a love are now almost inconceivable to us in real life.
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