Minos (/ˈmaɪnɒs/ or /ˈmaɪnəs/; Greek: Μίνως) is a dialogue attributed to Plato, featuring Socrates and a Companion. Its authenticity is doubted by W. R. M. Lamb because of its unsatisfying character, though he does consider it a "fairly able and plausible imitation of Plato's early work." Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns do not even include it among Plato's spurious works in their Collected Dialogues. Leo Strauss, on the other hand, considered the dialogue to be authentic enough to write a commentary on it.

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  • Der Minos (altgriechisch Μίνως Mínōs) ist ein kurzer literarischer Dialog in altgriechischer Sprache, der angeblich von Platon stammt, aber heute in der Forschung als unecht gilt. Der unbekannte Verfasser lebte im 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Es wird ein fiktives Gespräch zwischen dem Philosophen Sokrates und einem nicht namentlich genannten Freund wiedergegeben. Sie erörtern die Frage der Norm, an der sich die staatliche Gesetzgebung auszurichten hat. Es zeigt sich, dass weder überlieferte Sitten noch willkürliche Beschlüsse einer gesetzgebenden Instanz eine unanfechtbare, schlechthin richtige Grundlage bieten können. Nach dem Befund der beiden Gesprächspartner muss sich ein weiser Gesetzgeber ebenso wie ein Verfasser von Fachliteratur an den objektiven, naturgesetzlichen Gegebenheiten orientieren, die für seinen Zuständigkeitsbereich gelten. Als klassisches Beispiel führt Sokrates die Gesetzgebung des kretischen Königs Minos an, die er als vorbildlich darstellt. Nach Minos ist daher der Dialog benannt. Er ist eine wichtige Quelle für die frühe Geschichte des Naturrechtsgedankens. (de)
  • Il Minosse (in greco Μίνως) è un breve dialogo inserito da Trasillo nella IX tetralogia di Platone, la cui autenticità è però controversa e solitamente negata dagli studiosi moderni. In particolare, la somiglianza stilistica con l’Ipparco farebbe pensare che i due dialoghi siano stati scritti da uno stesso autore, diverso da Platone, attorno al 350 a.C. (it)
  • De Minos is een op naam van Plato overgeleverd werk, waarvan over het algemeen wordt aangenomen dat het niet authentiek is. (nl)
  • 『ミノス』(希: Μίνως, 羅: Minos)とは、プラトン名義の短篇の対話篇。副題は「法について」。 古代にトラシュロスがまとめた四部作(テトラロギア)集36篇の中に含まれるが、プラトンの真作であるかについては疑義が呈されることもあり、構成上の特徴・共通点から『ヒッパルコス』と同作者だと主張されることもある。 題名の「ミノス」とは、作中に話題として登場する、かつてのクレタの王であり法制定者とされるミノスのこと。本作はその内容から、四部作(テトラロギア)集においては、『法律』や『エピノミス』と対にされている。 (ja)
  • Minos (/ˈmaɪnɒs/ or /ˈmaɪnəs/; Greek: Μίνως) is a dialogue attributed to Plato, featuring Socrates and a Companion. Its authenticity is doubted by W. R. M. Lamb because of its unsatisfying character, though he does consider it a "fairly able and plausible imitation of Plato's early work." Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns do not even include it among Plato's spurious works in their Collected Dialogues. Leo Strauss, on the other hand, considered the dialogue to be authentic enough to write a commentary on it. The dialogue begins with Socrates asking his nameless companion, "What is the law for us?" It then proceeds to examine the nature of law before praising Minos, the mythical king of Crete and an ancient enemy of Athens. Socrates defends an extraordinary definition of law as that which "wishes to be the discovery of what is," as opposed to the companion's more common-sense understanding that law is the decreed "official opinion" of a city. The culminating praise of Minos seems part of Socrates' intention to liberate the companion from loyalty to Athens and its opinions. (en)
  • Minos é um diálogo platônico que ocupa-se com o conceito de lei. * ¤ Não é da autoria de Platão segundo a maioria dos estudiosos * † Não é geralmente aceito pelos estudiosos * ‡ Somente trechos têm a autoria comprovada (pt)
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  • Il Minosse (in greco Μίνως) è un breve dialogo inserito da Trasillo nella IX tetralogia di Platone, la cui autenticità è però controversa e solitamente negata dagli studiosi moderni. In particolare, la somiglianza stilistica con l’Ipparco farebbe pensare che i due dialoghi siano stati scritti da uno stesso autore, diverso da Platone, attorno al 350 a.C. (it)
  • De Minos is een op naam van Plato overgeleverd werk, waarvan over het algemeen wordt aangenomen dat het niet authentiek is. (nl)
  • 『ミノス』(希: Μίνως, 羅: Minos)とは、プラトン名義の短篇の対話篇。副題は「法について」。 古代にトラシュロスがまとめた四部作(テトラロギア)集36篇の中に含まれるが、プラトンの真作であるかについては疑義が呈されることもあり、構成上の特徴・共通点から『ヒッパルコス』と同作者だと主張されることもある。 題名の「ミノス」とは、作中に話題として登場する、かつてのクレタの王であり法制定者とされるミノスのこと。本作はその内容から、四部作(テトラロギア)集においては、『法律』や『エピノミス』と対にされている。 (ja)
  • Minos é um diálogo platônico que ocupa-se com o conceito de lei. * ¤ Não é da autoria de Platão segundo a maioria dos estudiosos * † Não é geralmente aceito pelos estudiosos * ‡ Somente trechos têm a autoria comprovada (pt)
  • Minos (/ˈmaɪnɒs/ or /ˈmaɪnəs/; Greek: Μίνως) is a dialogue attributed to Plato, featuring Socrates and a Companion. Its authenticity is doubted by W. R. M. Lamb because of its unsatisfying character, though he does consider it a "fairly able and plausible imitation of Plato's early work." Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns do not even include it among Plato's spurious works in their Collected Dialogues. Leo Strauss, on the other hand, considered the dialogue to be authentic enough to write a commentary on it. (en)
  • Der Minos (altgriechisch Μίνως Mínōs) ist ein kurzer literarischer Dialog in altgriechischer Sprache, der angeblich von Platon stammt, aber heute in der Forschung als unecht gilt. Der unbekannte Verfasser lebte im 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. (de)
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  • Minos (Dialog) (de)
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  • Minosse (dialogo) (it)
  • ミノス (対話篇) (ja)
  • Minos (Plato) (nl)
  • Minos (diálogo) (pt)
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