Toward a Unified Platonic Human Psychology
John Mark Reynolds (Author)
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DescriptionToward a Unified Platonic Human Psychology defends a coherent view of "Platonic Psychology," or looking at human psychology as circular motion in the brain. Author John Mark Reynolds, using the psychology of Plato's Timaeus, advances the discussion of Plato's psychology by proposing a new reading of his view of the human soul. The implications of Plato's psychology on his ethics, view of the animal world, and theology are also examined.
University Press of America
August 01, 2004
5.42 X 0.56 X 8.22 inches | 0.76 pounds
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About the Author
John Mark Reynolds is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Biola University and director of Biola's Torrey Honors Institute. He received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Rochester, where he wrote a dissertation analyzing the cosmology and psychology found in Plato's Timaeus.