Plato. An 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
- Volume I
- Volume II
- Volume III
- Volume IV
- Volume V
See also: Emendations of the text of Plato by Thomas Taylor
Works of Aristotle (translated by Thomas Taylor)
- Aristotle’s Metaphysics, to which is added a Dissertation on Nullities and Diverging Series, 1801
- The Works of Aristotle, 1812, 9 vols. [WorldCat] [HathiTrust]
- The Rhetoric, Poetic and Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle (2nd Edition), 1818, 2 vols.
Selected Articles, Commentaries, etc.
- Explanation of Certain Platonic Terms
- From Plato to the Neoplatonists
- General Introduction to the Philosophy and Writings of Plato
- On Plato’s Theory of Ideas
- On “The Good” and “The One” of Plato
- Plato and Aristotle
- Plato on Intelligent Design: Truth, Beauty, and the Good
- Plato’s Myths and the Mystery Tradition
- The Gnosis according to Plato
- The Teachings of Plato
- The Works of Plato
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.