Definitions

PlatoAn Initiate into the Mysteries and the greatest Greek philosopher, whose writings are known the world over. He was the pupil of Socrates and the teacher of Aristotle. He flourished over 400 years before our era.

Platonic School, or the “Old Akadéme,” in contrast with the later or Neo-Platonic School of Alexandria.

— H. P. Blavatsky, Theosophical Glossary


Key Texts

The Works of Plato (as arranged and translated by Thomas Taylor)

See also: Emendations of the text of Plato by Thomas Taylor


Works of Aristotle (translated by Thomas Taylor)


Translations


Selected Articles, Commentaries, etc.

See also:

Isis Unveiled, Vol. 1, pp. xi-xxii

Important Additions to the first Alcibiades, and Timæus of Plato by Thomas Taylor

Platonic Demonstration of the Immortality of the Soul by Thomas Taylor

Remarks on the Dæmon of Socrates by Thomas Taylor

The Platonic Philosopher’s Creed by Anon.