[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Friedländer, I, 46
2
J. A. Symonds, A Problem in Greek Ethics, Being an Inquiry into the Phenomenon of Sexual Inversion, Addressed Especially to Medical Psychologists and Jurists (London 1901) 8n., 8- 10, 30-44 (esp. 31-35), 48-55
Havelock Ellis's Sexual Inversion in April 1897
Félix Buffière, Eros adolescent: la pédérastie dans la Grèce antique (Paris 1980)
3
G. M. A. Grube, Plato's Thought (1935; Boston 1958) 87
K. J. Dover, Greek Popular Morality in the Time of Plato and Aristotle [Oxford 1974] 211-12
Robert F. Sutton, Jr., "The Interaction between Men and Women Portrayed on Attic Red-Figure Pottery" [Ph.D. diss., UNC Chapel Hill 1981] 186-89, 224-25
James Redfield, "Notes on the Greek Wedding," Arethusa 15 [1982] 181-201, esp. 192-98
Mary R. Lefkowitz, "Wives and Husbands," Greece & Rome 30 [1983] 31-47, esp. 37-40
Claude Calame, "Eros inventore e organizzatore della società greca antica," in L'Amore in Grecia, ed. Calame, 3d ed. [Rome 1984], ix—xl, esp. xvii—xxii
Foucault, 165-66, 222-23
Dover, 13: "Modern readers of Phaedrus and Symposium
4
Vlastos, 22-23, echoing Grube (supra n.3) 114
Diskin Clay, "Platonic Studies and the Study of Plato," Arion n.s. 2 (1975) 116-32, esp. 119-27
L. A. Kosman, "Platonic Love," in Facets of Plato's Philosophy, ed. W. H. Werkmeister, Phronesis suppl. 2 (Assen 1976) 53-69
Donald Levy, "The Definition of Love in Plato's Symposium," Journal of the History of Ideas 40 (1979) 285-91
Nussbaum; James Haden, "On Socrates, with Reference to Gregory Vlastos," Review of Metaphysics 33 (1979-80) 371-89, esp. 382-87
A. W. Price, "Loving Persons Platonically," Phronesis 26 (1981) 25-34
Ivo Bruns, "Attische Liebestheorien und die zeitliche Folge des platon- ischen Phaidros sowie der beiden Symposien," Neue Jahrbücher für das klassische Altertum, Ge- schichte und deutsche Literatur und für Pädagogik 5 (1900) 17-37
Werner Jaeger, Paideia: The Ideals of Greek Culture, trans. Gilbert Highet, vol. II: In Search of the Divine Centre (Oxford 1947) 174-97
Friedländer, I, 44-58; and Irving Singer, The Nature of Love: Plato to Luther (New York 1966) 49-90
5
R. Hackforth, trans., Plato's Phaedrus (Cambridge 1952) 105
G. J. de Vries, A Commentary on the Phaedrus of Plato (Amsterdam 1969) 174
Lacan: Marie-Hélène Bohner-Cante [Hanna Glyphe], Platonisme et sexualité: Genèse de la métaphysique platonicienne (Toulouse 1981) 305-11
W. Thomas MacCary, Childlike Achilles: Ontogeny and Phylogeny in the Iliad (New York 1982) 19
Marcel Proust, À la recherche du temps perdu, ed. Pierre Clarac and André Ferre, 3 vols. (Paris 1954) I, 609
pseudo-Lucian Erōtes 47- 48
Plutarch Moralia 765a-766b
A. C. Pearson, "Phrixus and Demodice: A Note on Pindar, Pyth. IV. 162 f.," CR 23 (1909) 255-57
Hesiod Theogony 910- 11
pseudo-Hesiod Shield 7-8
Alcman fr. 3.61-62 (PMG 3, p. 12)
Ibycus fr. 6 (PMG 287, p. 150)
Sophocles Trachiniae 107
Euripides Hippolytus 525-6
Agathon fr. 29 (Nauck2)
Gorgias Helen 19 = fr. B11 (vol. II, p. 294.7 Diels-Kranz)
Aristotle fr. 96 (Rose)
Athenaeus 13.564b-f
Masurius in Athenaeus 5.219e
6
Bruns (supra n.4) 19-20
Walther Kranz, "Diotima von Mantineia," Hermes 61 (1926) 437-47, esp. 443
E. R. Dodds, The Greeks and the Irrational, Sather Classical Lectures 25 (Berkeley 1951) 231 n.59
Verdenius (infra n.40) 137
7
Anne Lebeck, "The Central Myth of Plato's Phae- drus," Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 13 (1972) 267-90, esp. 273-76, 278-80
John Van Sickle, "Plat. Phaedr. 255d, 3-6," Museum Criticum 8/9 (1973-74) 198-99
Maria Grazia Bonanno, "Osservazioni sul tema della 'giusta' reciprocità amorosa da Saffo ai comici," Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 16 (1973) 110-20, esp. 113-16
Dorothy Tarrant, "The Touch of So- crates," CQ n.s. 8 (1958) 95-98
8
Dover, 90, elaborates this analogy
9
Dover, 16, 85-87
Buffière [supra n.2] 605-14
John Boswell, Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality (Chicago 1980) 28-30
Dover, 84-91
Mark Golden, "Aspects of Childhood in Classical Athens" (Ph.D. diss., Toronto 1981) 127-28, 142-47, 156 n.40
Boswell, however, re- mains unconvinced: see his "Revolutions, Universals and Sexual Categories," in Boyers and Steiner, 89-113, esp. 109 n.42
Golden, 312, 318 n.47, 321-22
Cartledge [infra n. 13] 17-18
Patzer [infra n.13]
Greek "pseudo-homosexuality" [Devereux, infra n.14]
"quasi- sexuality" [Dover, vii]
Lionel Ovesey, Homosexuality and Pseudohomosexuality [New York 1969]
10
Dover, 52
Foucault, 245-46
khairein, aspazesthai: Symposium 191e-192b
Xenophon Hiero 1.35-37
Thomas S. W. Lewis, "The Brothers of Ganymede," in Boyers and Steiner, 147-65, esp. 160
Bruns (supra n.4) 26
11
Dover, 91-103
Golden (supra n.9) 128-29
Golden, esp. 312-15
Golden, 321- 22
Eva C. Keuls, The Reign of the Phallus: Sexual Politics in Ancient Athens (New York 1985) 277-85, esp. 277
Keuls: London W 39 (ABV 297, #16) = Keuls, 281, pls. 249 and 250
W. Berlin F 2279 (ARV 115, #2) = Keuls, 222, pls. 196 and 197
Nussbaum, 156
Keuls, 286, pl. 255
Dover (as R18: 97)
Keuls, 285
12
Aristophanes Clouds 979-80
Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics 8.1157a3-14, 1159b11- 19, 9.1164a3-12
Ovid Art of Love 2.682-84 (bizarrely interpreted by Wilkinson [infra n.13] 30)
Martial 11.22
pseudo-Lucian Erōtes 27
13
Dover, 1n., 16, 52, 103
Jeffrey Henderson, The Maculate Muse: Obscene Lan- guage in Attic Comedy (New Haven 1975) 204-20
John R. Ungaretti, "Pederasty, Heroism, and the Family in Classical Greece," Journal of Homosexuality 3 (Spring 1978) 291-300
Paul Veyne, "La famille et l'amour sous le Haut-Empire romain," Annales (E.S.C.) 33 (1978) 35-63, esp. 50- 55
idem, "L'homosexualité Rome," in Sexualités occidentales, ed. Philippe Ariès and André Béjin = Communications 35 (1982) 26-33
L. P. Wilkinson, "Classical Approaches. IV: Homo- sexuality," Encounter 51.3 (Sept. 1978) 21-31, esp. 24
Richard J. Hoffman, "Some Cultural Aspects of Greek Male Homosexuality," Journal of Homosexuality 5 (Spring 1980) 217-26
K. J. Dover, ed., Plato: Symposium, Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics (Cambridge 1980) 4
Lewis (supra n.10) and Foucault, esp. 55-57, 207-48
Jan Bremmer, "An Enigmatic Indo-European Rite: Paederasty," Arethusa 13 [1980] 279-98
Paul Cartledge, "The Politics of Spartan Pederasty," Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society n.s. 27 [1981] 17- 36
Harald Patzer, Die griechische Knabenliebe, Sitzungsberichte der wissenschaftlichen Gesell- schaft an der J. W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, 19.1 [Wiesbaden 1982]
Bernard Sergent, L'homosexualité dans la mythologie grecque [Paris 1982]
Jean-Louis Durand and Alain Schnapp, "Boucherie sacrificielle et chasses initiatiques," in La cité des images, ed. anon [Paris 1984] 48-66, esp. 57-66
Alain Schnapp, "Eros en chasse," in La cité des images, 67-83
Calame [supra n.3] xi-xvi
Keuls [supra n.11 276-85
Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality: vol. I: An Introduction, trans. Robert Hurley [New York 1978] 61
Bremmer, Cartledge, and Randolph Trumbach, "London's Sodomites: Homosexual Behavior and Western Culture in the 18th Century," Journal of Social History 11 (1977) 1-33, esp. 2-9, with notes
Dover (AJP 101 [1980] 121-24)
supra n.10
Classical World 72 [1978-79] 434
Dover's own skepticism (96)
Nussbaum, 156
Greeks (99, 100n
Golden, 314 n.34
14
Dover, 52-53
George Devereux, "Greek Pseudo-Homosexuality and the 'Greek Miracle,' " SymbOslo 42 (1968) 69-92, esp. 74
Michel Foucault, "On the Genealogy of Ethics: An Overview of Work in Progress," in The Foucault Reader, ed. Paul Rabinow (New York 1984) 340-72, esp. 344-46
Anne Giacomelli, "The Justice of Aphrodite in Sappho Fr. 1," TAPA 110 (1980) 135-42
Plato Symposium 191e7
Phaedrus 231e2, 237c8
Xenophon Hiero 1.32-38, 7.6
Symposium 8.16
Plutarch Moralia 750d—e, 761a
Symposium 192b4
David K. Glidden, "The Lysis on Loving One's Own," CQ 31 (1981) 39-59
Lysis, see Friedländer, I, 50-51, II, 95-102
Robert G. Hoerber, "Plato's Lysis," Phronesis 4 (1959) 15-28, esp. 21
Laszlo Versenyi, "Plato's Lysis," Phronesis 20 (1975): 185-98, esp. 197
Hans-Georg Gadamer, "Logos and Ergon in Plato's Lysis," Dialogue and Dialectic: Eight Herme- neutical Studies on Plato, trans. P. Chrisopher Smith (New Haven 1980) 1-20, esp. 10-11
Suda, s.v. Meletus
Calame [supra n.3] xii—xiii
Roscher's Lexikon, I, 1368
J. G. Frazer, Pausanias's Description of Greece [repr. New York 1965], vol. IV, 103, ad loc.
Plato Symposium 182b
O. Broneer, "Eros and Aphrodite on the North Slope of the Acropolis," Hesperia 1 (1932) 31-55, 2 (1933) 329-429
S. Fasce, Eros: la figura e il culto (Genoa 1977)
14a
Pace Calame (supra n.3), xxix—xxx
15
Irwin, 323 n.62
John D. Moore, "The Relation between Plato's Symposium and Phaedrus," in Patterns in Plato's Thought, ed. J. M. E. Moravcsik (Dordrecht 1973) 52-71
16
Plutarch Moralia 768e; Dover, 52-53; 91
Dover, 168-70
17
Dover, 103-9, 145-48
Keuls (supra n.11) 291-98
Golden, 310 n.9
18
Athenaeus 5.219d
Nussbaum, 156-57
Jaeger (supra n.4), 196
19
Nussbaum, 150
20
Symposium 222b
Euthydemus also appears in Xenophon Memorabilia 4.2 and 1.2.29-30
infra n.23
21
David F. Krell, "Socrates' Body," Southern Journal of Philosophy 10.4 (1972) 443-51
Michael Gagarin, "Socrates' Hybris and Alcibiades' Failure," Phoenix 31 (1977) 22-37, esp. 28-30, 32-33
Plass (infra n. 38) 49-50
John Brenkman, "The Other and the One: Psychoanalysis, Reading, the Symposium," in Literature and Psychoanalysis: The Question of Reading—Otherwise, ed. Shoshana Felman (Baltimore 1982) 396-456, esp. 428-34
Foucault, 264-65
Friedländer, I, 138-43, esp. 140
Singer [supra n.4] 51-52
Walter Hamilton, trans., Plato: Symposium [Harmond- sworth 1951] 25-26
Gregory Vlastos, "The Paradox of Socrates," in The Philosophy of Socrates, ed. Vlastos, Modem Studies in Philosophy (New York 1971) 16
Stanley Rosen, Plato's Symposium (New Haven 1968) 279-80
Krell; and Nussbaum, 150-52
Robert Eisner, "Socrates as Hero," Philosophy and Literature 6 (1982): 106-18, esp. 114 and 116
Charles Altieri, "Plato's Performative Sublime and the Ends of Reading," New Literary History 16 (1985) 251-73
Bernard Frischer, The Sculpted Word: Epicureanism and Philosophical Recruitment in Ancient Greece (Berkeley 1982) 56- 57
Friedrich Schlegel, "Über die Diotima," Studien des klassischen Altertums, ed. E. Behler, Kritische Friedrich-Schlegel-Ausgabe I.1 (Paderborn 1979; essay first publ. 1795) 70-115, esp. 77
Michel Foucault, Le souci de soi = Histoire de la sexualité 3 (Paris 1984) 183-86
22
A. Soulez-Luccioni, "Le Para- digme de la vision de soi-même dans 1' 'Alcibiade majeur,' " Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 79 (1974) 196-222
Bohner-Cante (supra n.5) 306-10
MacCary (supra n.5) 149-51
Foucault (supra n.14) 367-68
Friedländer, II, 231-38; Guthrie, III, 470 n.2
23
Charmides (176b ff.
Lewis (supra n.10) 161
24
Friedländer, I, 49, 139-42
25
Eric Voegelin, Plato (Baton Rouge, La. 1966) 18-19
Lebeck (supra n.7) 278, 282
Kosman (supra n.4) 59-67
Price (supra n.4) 32-34
M. Dyson, "Zeus and Philosophy in the Myth of Plato's Phaedrus," CQ 32 (1982) 307-11
Martha Craven Nussbaum, " 'This Story Isn't True': Poetry, Goodness, and Understanding in Plato's Phaedrus," in Plato on Beauty, Wisdom, and the Arts, ed. Julius Moravcsik and Philip Temko (Totowa, N.J. 1982) 79-124, esp. 101-5
26
Friedländer, I, 81
27
Wilkinson (supra n.13) 27
Nicomachean Ethics 8.1155b32-1156a5
Prior Analytics 2.68a39-68b7
Friedländer ("Socrates Enters Rome," AJP 66 [1945] 337-51, esp. 348-51)
Plutarch Moralia fr. 135 (Sandbach)
Fou- cault (supra n.14) 344-46
Vlastos, 11-19
Gorgias 507e-508a
Sophist 242e-243a
Alcibiades Major 126c-127d
Jean-Pierre Vernant, The Ori- gins of Greek Thought (Ithaca 1982) 60-61
Jaeger (supra n.4) II, 57-59, 174-75
28
Friedländer, I, 45
Xenophon Symposium 8.16-18
Bruns (supra n.4) 26-30
Foucault, 256-57
29
Phaedrus 249e: kai hoti tautēs metekhōn tēs manias hō erōn tōn kalōn erastēs kaleitai
30
Gagarin (supra n.21) 23n.
Dover, 157
Plato Symposium 218a—b
Protagoras 343a
Euthydemus 276d, 303b
Philebus 23a
Thucydides 2.43.1
Euripides Heracleidae 377-78
31
Vlastos, 19 n.53
Dover, 156-57
32
Lysias remains the paidika of Phaedrus (236b, 279b)
paidika (279b)
de Vries (supra n.5) 181, ad 257b4-5
33
Enrique Rivera de Ventosa, "El Amor personal en la metafísica de Platón," Helmantica 26 (1975) 495-521
34
Dover, 156-57
supra n.30
35
Proust (supra n.5) I, 234: "l'acte de la possession physique—où d'ailleurs l'on ne possède rien"; I, 364: "désirer la possession, toujours impossible, d'un autre être."
36
Herman L. Sinaiko, Love, Knowledge, and Discourse in Plato (Chicago 1965) 90
Samuel Scolnicov, "Reason and Passion in the Platonic Soul," Dionysius 2 (1978) 35-49, esp. 45-46
Jon Moline, "Plato on the Complexity of the Psyche," Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 60 (1978) 1-26, esp. 10-13
Nussbaum, 158
37
Voegelin (supra n.25) 13
Irwin, 167: "Like other people, [the pregnant lover] wants to create whatever will preserve for ever what he values most."
38
Vlastos, 21n., 424
M. F. Burnyeat, "Socratic Midwifery, Platonic Inspiration," Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies (London University) 24 (1977) 7-16, esp. 14n.5
Clay (supra n.4) 124-25
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Paul C. Plass, "Plato's 'Pregnant' Lover," SymbOslo 53 (1978) 47- 55
James M. Edie, "Expression and Metaphor," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 23 (1963) 538-61, esp. 553-57
39
Bruns (supra n.4) 22
40
Hackforth (supra n.5) 41-42
Thomas Gould, Platonic Love (New York 1963) 113-16
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Friedländer, III, 224-25
Kenneth Dorter, "Imagery and Philosophy in Plato's Phaedrus," Journal of the History of Philosophy 9 (1971) 279-88, esp. 282-86
Irwin, 238-39
Malcolm Brown and James Coulter, "The Middle Speech of Plato's Phaedrus," Journal of the History of Philosophy 9 (1971) 405-23
Hermann Gundert, "Enthusiasmos und Logos bei Platon," Lexis 2 (1949) 25-46
W. J. Verdenius, "Der Begriff der Mania in Platons Phaidros," Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 44 (1962) 132-50
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E. R. Dodds, "Plato and the Irrational," JHS 65 (1945) 16-25
Dodds (supra n.6) 207- 35, esp. 230 n.51
Irwin, 164-67, 170-74, 233- 41
Moline (supra n.36) 15-22
41
Grube (supra n.3) 135-36
Scolnicov (supra n.36) 42-43
Irwin, 191-95, 233-41, 244- 46
Richard Patterson, "Plato on Philosophic Character," Journal of the History of Philosophy (forthcoming)
42
Friedländer, I, 50-55
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 79-98
43
Singer (supra n.4) 55-56, 89
Nussbaum, 145-52
Hence Lebeck (supra n.7) 269
Roger Hornsby, "Significant Action in the Symposium," CJ 52 (1956-57) 37-40
Gould (supra n.40) 116-19
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 65-68
Levy (supra n.4) 289-90
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44
Bruns (supra n.4) 20
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 68
81-82; Pieper (supra n.40) 76
45
Vlastos (supra n.21) 19-21
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 82-83
Versenyi (supra n.14) 197
46
Dover, 161-62
Vlastos, 30-33
Neumann (supra n.38) 40-41
47
Irwin, 167, 169
Richard Kraut, "Egoism, Love, and Political Office in Plato," Philosophical Review 82 (1973) 330-44
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Plass (supra n.38)
48
Foucault, 262-64
49
R. H. S. Crossman, Plato To-day, rev. ed. (New York 1959) 133
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 100-101
50
Hackforth (supra n.5) 94
Versenyi (supra n.14) 197
51
Arthur W. H. Adkins, Merit and Responsibility (Oxford 1960) 6-7
Ernestine Friedl, Vasilika: A Village in Modern Greece, Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology (New York 1962) esp. 75-91
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52
Voegelin (supra n.25) 13
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Singer, 73-75
W. R. Newell, "Tyranny and the Science of Ruling in Xenophon's 'Education of Cyrus,' " Journal of Politics 45 (1983) 889-906, esp. 900-05
53
Dover, 12, and cf. 164
Friedländer, I, 51-52, 68-69, 79, 91, 141, 168
Verdenius (supra n.40) 139-41
Guthrie, III, 442-49
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54
Terrence Irwin, trans., Plato: Gorgias, Clarendon Plato Series (Oxford 1979) 110-11 ad 447c.
Memora- bilia 4.5.12
Guthrie, III, 440
Verdenius (supra n.40) 147 n.68
Hen- derson (supra n.13) 155
Nussbaum, 172
duBois, "The Homoerotics of the Phaedrus," Pacific Coast Philology 17.1-2 (1982) 9-15
duBois (infra n.62) 95-96
55
Gould (supra n.40) 58-67
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 18-21
Arthur A. Krentz, "Dramatic Form and Philosophical Content in Plato's Dialogues," Philosophy and Literature 7 (1983) 32-47, esp. 40-42
Kenneth Seeskin, "Socratic Philosophy and the Dialogue Form," Philosophy and Literature 8 (1984) 181-94
Jaeger (supra n.4) 193
Friedländer, I, 31, 51-54
Gundert (supra n.40) 44
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 117-18
Jerry Stannard, "Socratic Eros and Platonic Dialectic," Phronesis 4 (1959) 120-34
56
Friedländer, I, 156, 166
Tarrant (supra n.7)
Guthrie, III, 488
57
Bruns (supra n.4) 22
Jaeger (supra n.4) 184
58
Guthrie, V, 399-417
59
F. Novotný, ed., Platonis Epistulae commentariis illustratae
Brno 1930
Gorgias 461b
Laws 12.968c
Phaedrus 239b
Verdenius [supra n.40] 139
60
Phaedrus 253b; cf. 239a
Phaedrus 247a; Timaeus 29e
en philosophiai aphthonōi: Symposium 210d
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 71-72
de Vries (supra n.5) 164 ad 253b7-8
Patterson (supra n.41)
62
Friedländer, I, 165-66
Sinaiko (supra n.36) 15-16
de Vries (supra n.5) 20
Lebeck (supra n.7) 288-89
(Salt Lake City 1981) 176-85
Harry Berger, Jr., "Facing Sophists: Socrates' Charismatic Bondage in Protagoras," Representations 5 (1984) 66-91
duBois (supra n.54)
Ronald Hathaway, "Explaining the Unity of the Platonic Dialogue," Philosophy and Literature 8 (1984) 195-208
duBois, "Phallocentrism and its Subversion in Plato's Phaedrus, "Arethusa 18 (1985) 91-103
duBois (supra n.54) 10
63
Friedländer, I, 113-24
de Vries (supra n.5) 18-22
Guthrie, IV, 1-3
Partee (supra n.62) 184-85
64
Versenyi (supra n.14) 197-98
65
Gould (supra n.40) 66-67
Pieper (supra n.40) 101-02
66
Moline (supra n.36) 14-15
67
Friedländer, I, 141
Alcibiades Major 124c
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