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Author: Plato.
Title: Plato his Apology of Socrates, and Phædo, or, Dialogue concerning the immortality of mans soul, and manner of Socrates his death carefully translated from the Greek, and illustrated by reflections upon both the Athenian laws, and ancient rites and traditions concerning the soul, therein mentioned.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Plato his Apology of Socrates, and Phædo, or, Dialogue concerning the immortality of mans soul, and manner of Socrates his death carefully translated from the Greek, and illustrated by reflections upon both the Athenian laws, and ancient rites and traditions concerning the soul, therein mentioned.
Plato., Plato.

London: Printed by T.R. & N.T. for James Magnes and Richard Bentley ..., 1675.
Alternate titles: Apology. English
Notes:
Errata: prelim. p. [39].
Includes notes.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Socrates.
Immortality.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55009.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE the EARL of ANGLESEY, Lord Privy Seal, &c.
L. Annaei Senecae de Socrate testimonium.
Marc. Antoninus Imperator, , lib. 7. Sect. 66. Ex versione Gatakeri nostrat.
Quintiliani de Socratis Apologia judicium, Institut. Orator. lib. XI. cap. 1.
Advertisement Of the Printer to the READER.
SOCRATES HIS APOLOGY.
The ARGUMENT Out of SERRANƲS.
THE ORATION.
A new Speech after his Condemnation.
AXIOMS MORAL. Collected out of Socrates his Apology.
A DIALOGUE Concerning the Immortality of Mans Rational Soul. AND Admirable Constancy of SOCRATES at his Death.
The ARGUMENT Out of SERRANƲS.
PHEDON. Persons of the Dialogue; Echecrates, Phedon, Apollodorus, So∣crates, Cebes, Simmias, Crito, Ex∣ecutioner.
Certain General AXIOMS Collected out of the Precedent Dia∣logue concerning the Soul.
1. Axioms Moral.
II. Axioms Natural.
III. Axioms Theological.
REFLEXIONS Upon the Athenian Laws mentioned in the Apoligie and Dialogue Precedent.
I.
II.
III.
X.
Mythological Reflections UPON Some Ancient Rites and Traditions concerning the Soul, mentioned by Plato in the precedent Dialogue.
1. Of Lustration.
II. The Antiquity and Traduction of the opinion of the Souls Immortality.
DIGRESSION. How far the Souls Immortality may be proved by human Reason.
III. Of the Comments of the ancient Ethnics, con∣cerning the infernal Mansions of Souls departed.