• Some Problems about Being and Predication in Plato's Sophist 242-249 

    Bondeson, William B., 1938- (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976)
    One of the central tasks which Plato sets for himself in the Sophist is to say what being is. In doing this he makes a variety of philosophical moves. The first is to show that non-being in a very restricted sense of the ...