[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
infra at n. 5
Philebus 39b6-c5
2
K. Lycos, "Aristotle and Plato on Appearing," Mind, n.s., 73, no. 292 (1964), 496-514
M. Schofield, "Aristotle on the Imagination," in Aristotle on the Mind and Senses, ed. G. E. R. Lloyd and G. E. L. Owen (Cambridge, 1978), 99-140
D. Modrak, Aristotle: The Power of Percep- tion (Chicago, 1987).
R. Patterson, Image and Reality in Plato's Metaphysics (Indianapolis, 1985)
5
A. E. Taylor, Plato: The Sophist and the Statesman (London, 1961), 177.
6
Schofield (supra, n. 2) 99, 130 n. 5.
7
M. Frede, "Observations on Perception in Plato's Later Dialogues," in Essays in Ancient Philosophy (Minneapolis, 1987) 3-8
M. Burnyeat, "Plato on the Grammar of Perceiving," CQ 26 (1976) 29-51
J. Cooper, "Plato on Sense-Perception and Knowledge," Phronesis 15 (1970) 123-46.
P. Shorey, The Unity of Plato's Thought (Chicago, 1903) 47ff.
9
Tim. 67e3
my "Plato on Perception and 'Commons,' " CQ 40 (1990) 148-75
10
infra: 127-8.
11
D. Modrak, "Perception and Judgment in the Theaetetus," Phronesis 26 (1981) 35-54.
12
my paper cited supra (n. 9).
13
Burnyeat (supra, n. 7) 47.
14
Frede (supra, n. 7: 6-8)
15
my paper cited supra (n. 9)
16
Modrak (supra, n. 11)
17
Cooper (supra, n. 7)
Sophist 262b—c
Theaetetus 201e ff.
20
M. Morgan, "Sense-Perception and Recollection in the Phaedo," Phronesis 29 (1984) 237-51.
24
Lycos (supra, n. 2) 499.
Lycos's argument on p. 502.
25
J. Annas, An Introduction to Plato's Republic (Oxford, 1982)
A. Nehamas, "Plato on Imitation and Poetry in Republic 10," in Plato on Beauty, Wisdom, and the Arts, ed. J. Moravcsik and P. Temko, (Totowa, N.J., 1982)
N. R. Murphy, The Interpretation of Plato's Republic (Oxford, 1951) 239-43
J. Adam, The Republic of Plato 2 (Cambridge, 1921) 406
Burnyeat (supra, n. 7) 35
nn. 21
22
Protagoras 356b—d.
26
R. Chisholm, Perceiving: A Philosophical Study (Ithaca, N.Y., 1957) 43-44.
28
Republic 598ff.
Philebus 38c ff.
[Unrepresented Characters] [Unrepresented Characters] (39al-2).
30
Republic 598c.
31
Schofield (supra, n. 2).
J. Austin, Sense and Sensibilia (Oxford, 1962).
32
Cratylus (423-33)
Sophist (240a-b)
34
Sophist 234c2-e2.
35
A. Nehamas, "Plato on the Imperfection of the Sensible World," APhQ 12 (April, 1975) 105-17
T. Irwin, "Plato's Heracliteanism," PhilosQ 27 (January, 1977) 1-13
G. Fine, "Knowledge and Logos in the Theaetetus," PhR 88 (1979) 366-97.
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