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  1·Leo Strauss On Plato’s Symposium
  
  Paper $19.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77686-6 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77686-7) Spring 2003
  
  The first major piece of unpublished work by Leo Strauss to appear in more than thirty years, this volume offers the public the unprecedented experience of encountering this renowned scholar as his students did. Given as a course in autumn 1959 under the title “Plato’s Political Philosophy,” these provocative lectures—until now, never published, but instead passed down from one generation of students to the next—show Strauss at his subtle and insightful best.
  
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Foreword
  1. Introductory Remarks
  2. The Setting
  3. Phaedrus
  4. Pausanias (1)
  5. Pausanias (2)
  6. Eryximachus
  7. Aristophanes
  8. Agathon
  9. Socrates (1)
  10. Socrates (2)
  11. Socrates (3)
  12. Alcibiades
  Index
  
  
  2·On Tyranny(论僭政,已经出版:http://www.douban.com/subject/1476068/
  
  Paper $22.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77687-3 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77687-5) Spring 2000
  
  On Tyranny is Leo Strauss’s classic reading of Xenophon’s dialogue, Hiero or Tyrannicus, in which the tyrant Hiero and the poet Simonides discuss the advantages and disadvantages of exercising tyranny. This edition includes a translation of the dialogue, a critique of the commentary by the French philosopher Alexandre Kojève, Strauss’s restatement of his position in light of Kojève’s comments, and finally, the complete Strauss-Kojève correspondence.
  
  ”Through [Strauss’s] interpretation Xenophon appears to us as no longer the somewhat dull and flat author we know, but as a brilliant and subtle writer, an original and profound thinker. What is more, in interpreting this forgotten dialogue, Strauss lays bare great moral and political problems that are still ours.” —Alexandre Kojève, Critique
  
  ”On Tyranny is a complex and stimulating book with its ‘parallel dialogue’ made all the more striking since both participants take such unusual, highly provocative positions, and so force readers to face substantial problems in what are often wholly unfamiliar, even shocking ways.” —Robert Pippin, History and Theory
  
  ”Every political scientist who tries to disentangle himself from the contemporary confusion over the problems of tyranny will be much indebted to this study and inevitably use it as a starting point.”—Eric Voegelin, The Review of Politics
  
  Leo Strauss (1899-1973) was the Robert Maynard Hutchins Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago.
  
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Preface and Acknowledgments
  Introduction
  I. On Tyranny
  Xenophon: Hiero or Tyrannicus
  Leo Strauss: On Tyranny
  Notes on On Tyranny
  II. The Strauss-Kojève Debate
  Alexandre Kojève: Tyranny and Wisdom
  Leo Strauss: Restatement on Xenophon’s Hiero
  III. The Strauss-Kojève Correspondence
  Letters
  Editorial Notes
  Name Index
  Subject Index
  
  
  3·The Argument and the Action of Plato’s Laws
  
  
  Paper $23.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77698-9 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77698-0) Spring 1998
  
  The posthumous publication of The Argument and the Action of Plato’s “Laws” was compiled shortly before the death of Leo Strauss in 1973. Strauss offers an insightful and instructive reading through careful probing of Plato’s classic text.
  
  ”Strauss’s The Argument and the Action of Plato’s ‘Laws’ reflects his interest in political thought, his dogged method of following the argument of the Laws step by step, and his vigorous defense of this dialogue’s integrity in respect to the ideals of the Republic.”—Cross Currents
  
  ”The unique characteristics of this commentary on the Laws reflect the care and precision which were the marks of Professor Strauss’s efforts to understand the complex thoughts of other men.”—Allan D. Nelson, Canadian Journal of Political Science
  
  ”Thorough and provocative, an important addition to Plato scholarship.”—Library Journal
  
  ”The major purpose of the commentary is to provide a reading of the dialogue which displays its structural arrangement and the continuity of the argument.”—J. W. Dy, Bibliographical Bulletin of Philosophy
  
  ”The reader of Strauss’s book is indeed guided closely through the whole text.”— M. J. Silverthorne, The Humanities Association Review
  
  Leo Strauss (1899-1973) was the Robert Maynard Hutchins Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Chicago.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Foreword by Joseph Cropsey
  The Argument and the Action of Plato’s Laws
  Book One
  Book Two
  Book Three
  Book Four
  Book Five
  Book Six
  Book Seven
  Book Eight
  Book Nine
  Book Ten
  Book Eleven
  Book Twelve
  
  
  4·Socrates and Aristophanes
  
  Paper $27.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77719-1 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77719-7) Fall 1996
  
  
  In one of his last books, Socrates and Aristophanes, Leo
  Strauss’s examines the confrontation between Socrates and Aristophanes
  in Aristophanes’ comedies. Looking at eleven plays, Strauss shows that
  this confrontation is essentially one between poetry and philosophy, and
  that poetry emerges as an autonomous wisdom capable of rivaling
  philosophy.
  
  ”Strauss gives us an impressive addition to his life’s work—the recovery of the Great Tradition in political philosophy. The problem the book proposes centers formally upon Socrates. As is typical of Strauss, he raises profound issues with great courage. . . . [He addresses] a problem that has been inherent in Western life ever since [Socrates’]
  
  execution: the tension between reason and religion. . . . Thus, we come to Aristophanes, the great comic poet, and his attack on Socrates in the
  play The Clouds. . . [Strauss] translates it into the basic problem of the relation between poetry and philosophy, and resolves this by an analysis of the function of comedy in the life of the city.” —Stanley Parry, National Review
  
  
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  I: Introduction
  II: The Clouds
  III: The Other Plays
  1: The Acharnians
  2: The Knights
  3: The Wasps
  4: The Peace
  5: The Birds
  6: The Lysistrate
  7: The Thesmophoriazusai
  8: The Frogs
  9: The Assembly of Women
  10: The Plutos
  IV: Conclusion
  Notes
  Index
  
  
  5·The Rebirth of Classical Political Rationalism: An Introduction to the Thought of Leo Strauss
  
  Paper $19.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77715-3 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77715-4) Spring 1989
  
  
  This concise and accessible introduction to Strauss’s thought provides, for wider audience, a bridge to his more complex th
eoretical work. Editor Pangle has gathered five of Strauss’s previously unpublished lectures and five hard-to-find published writings and has arranged them so as to demonstrate the systematic progression of the major themes that underlay Strauss’s mature work.
  
  ”[These essays] display the incomparable insight and remarkable range of knowledge that set Strauss’s works apart from any other twentieth-century philosopher’s.”—Charles R. Kesler, National Review
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Editor’s Introduction
  Part One
  The Spiritual Crisis of Modern Rationalism
  1. Social Science and Humanism
  2. “Relativism”
  3. An Introduction to Heideggerian Existentialism
  Part Two
  Classical Political Rationalism
  4. On Classical Political Philosophy
  5. Exoteric Teaching
  6. Thucydides: The Meaning of Political History
  7. The Problem of Socrates: Five Lectures
  Part Three
  The Dialogue between Reason and Revelation
  8. On the Euthyphron
  9. How to Begin to Study Medieval Philosophy
  10. Progress of Return?
  Notes
  Bibliography
  Index
  
  
  6·The Political Philosophy of Hobbes: Its Basis and Its Genesis(霍布斯的政治哲学,中文已经出版:http://www.douban.com/subject/1063741/
  
  Translated by Elsa M. Sinclair(原来这本书是用德语写作的……呵呵。)
  
  Paper $18.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77696-5 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77696-4) Spring 1996
  
  
  In this classic analysis, Leo Strauss pinpoints what is original and innovative in the political philosophy of Thomas Hobbes. He argues that Hobbes’s ideas arose not from tradition or science but from his own deep knowledge and experience of human nature. Tracing the development of Hobbes’s moral doctrine from his early writings to his major work The Leviathan, Strauss explains contradictions in the body of Hobbes’s work and discovers startling connections between Hobbes and the thought of Plato, Thucydides, Aristotle, Descartes, Spinoza, and Hegel.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  I: Introduction
  II: The Moral Basis
  III: Aristotelianism
  IV: Aristocratic Virtue
  V: The State and Religion
  VI: History
  VII: The New Morality
  VIII: The New Political Science
  Index
  
  
  7·Studies in Platonic Political Philosophy
  
  Paper $27.50sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77700-9 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77700-6)
  
  
  One of the outstanding thinkers of our time offers in this book his final words to posterity. Studies in Platonic Political Philosophy was well underway at the time of Leo Strauss’s death in 1973. Having chosen the title for the book, he selected the most important writings of his later years and arranged them to clarify the issues in political philosophy that occupied his attention throughout his life.
  
  As his choice of title indicates, the heart of Strauss’s work is Platonism—a Platonism that is altogether unorthodox and highly controversial. These essays consider, among others, Heidegger, Husserl, Nietzsche, Marx, Moses Maimonides, Machiavelli, and of course Plato himself to test the Platonic understanding of the conflict between philosophy and political society. Strauss argues that an awesome spritual impoverishment has engulfed modernity because of our dimming awareness of that conflict.
  
  Thomas Pangle’s Introduction places the work within the context of the entire Straussian corpus and focuses especially on Strauss’s late Socratic writings as a key to his mature thought. For those already familiar with Strauss, Pangle’s essay will provoke thought and debate; for beginning readers of Strauss, it provides a fine introduction. A complete bibliography of Strauss’s writings if included.
  
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Foreword by Joseph Cropsey
  Introduction by Thomas L. Pangle
  Abbreviations
  1. Philosophy as Rigorous Science and Political Philosophy
  2. On Plato’s Apology of Socrates and Crito
  3. On the Euthydemus
  4. Preliminary Observations on the Gods in Thucydides’ Work
  5. Xenophon’s Anabasis
  6. On Natural Law
  7. Jerusalem and Athens: Some Preliminary Reflections
  8. Note on the Plan of Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil
  9. Notes on Maimonides’ Book of Knowledge
  10. Note on Maimonides’ Letter on Astrology
  11. Note on Maimonides’ Treatise on the Art of Logic
  12. Niccolo Machiavelli
  13. Review of C. B. Macpherson, The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism: Hobbes to Locke
  14. Review of J. L. Talmon, The Nature of Jewish History—Its Universal Significance
  15. Introductory Essay for Hermann Cohen, Religion of Reason
  out of the Sources of Judaism
  Leo Strauss, 1899-1973, a Bibliography
  Index
  
  
  8·Liberalism Ancient and Modern
  
  Paper $23.00sp ISBN: 978-0-226-77689-7 (ISBN-10: 0-226-77689-1) Fall 1995
  
  Revered and reviled, Leo Strauss has left a rich legacy of work that continues to spark discussion and controversy. This volume of essays ranges over critical themes that define Strauss’s thought: the tension between reason and revelation in the Western tradition, the philsophical roots of liberal democracy, and especially the conflicting yet complementary relationship between ancient and modern liberalism. For those seeking to become acquainted with this provocative thinker, one need look no further.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
  
  Foreword
  Preface
  1. What Is Liberal Education?
  2. Liberal Education and Responsibility
  3. The Liberalism of Classical Political Philosophy
  4. On the Minos
  5. Notes on Lucretius
  6. How To Begin to Study The Guide of the Perplexed
  7. Marsilius of Padua
  8. An Epilogue
  9. Preface to Spinoza’s Critique of Religion
  10. Perspectives on the Good Society
  Acknowledgments
  Index of Names

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