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George Klosko. In the course of his three pages on Meno, Seung cites what is still the single best analysis of that dialogue, Jacob Klein's A Commentary on Plato's Meno , but Seung could not have understood a line in that book and still produce the naive digest of the dialogue that he records here pp.

Being by numbers. The problem, which first came to light in Plato's Meno , is to explain how knowledge is more epistemically valuable than mere true belief. American Philosophical Quarterly: July , Vol.

Dobell provides an interesting account of Augustine's early epistemology, and its relation to Plato's paradox of learning, as it is found in Plato's Meno 80d-e. Dictionary browser?

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    Other important themes raised here in an early form include that of anamnesis the idea that the soul is eternal, knows everything, and only has to "recollect" in order to learn and that of virtue as a kind of wisdom. Socrates also makes a number of essential points about the nature of a definition.

    Socrates and Meno work through a number of possible definitions of virtue, each suggested by Meno and dismantled by Socrates. At one point, the question is raised whether it is even possible to seek for something one does not yet know as in the case of seeking a definition of virtue , and Socrates performs a scale-model elenchus with Meno's slave to solve the problem via the theory of anamnesis.