Laws (version 2)


Read by Jim Locke

(5 stars; 2 reviews)

Laws (Greek: Νόμοι) is Plato's last and longest dialogue. It is generally agreed that Plato wrote this dialogue as an older man, having failed in his effort in Syracuse on the island of Sicily to guide a tyrant's rule, instead having been thrown in prison. - Summary by Wikipedia (25 hr 33 min)

Chapters

Introduction and Analysis Part 1 30:29 Read by Jim Locke
Introduction and Analysis Part 2 55:35 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 1 47:18 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 2 48:55 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 3 46:14 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 4 39:01 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 5 42:03 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 6 40:44 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 7 37:49 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 8 40:02 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 9 32:59 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 10 33:37 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 11 38:20 Read by Jim Locke
The Preamble Part 12 29:24 Read by Jim Locke
Excursus Part 1 37:00 Read by Jim Locke
Excursus Part 2 34:46 Read by Jim Locke
Book 1 Part 1 41:57 Read by Jim Locke
Book 1 Part 2 37:11 Read by Jim Locke
Book 2 Part 1 32:57 Read by Jim Locke
Book 2 Part 2 34:49 Read by Jim Locke
Book 3 Part 1 45:16 Read by Jim Locke
Book 3 Part 2 29:44 Read by Jim Locke
Book 4 52:57 Read by Jim Locke
Book 5 Part 1 32:36 Read by Jim Locke
Book 5 Part 2 32:40 Read by Jim Locke
Book 6 Part 1 36:51 Read by Jim Locke
Book 6 Part 2 56:22 Read by Jim Locke
Book 7 Part 1 35:32 Read by Jim Locke
Book 7 Part 2 35:29 Read by Jim Locke
Book 7 Part 3 34:12 Read by Jim Locke
Book 8 1:11:09 Read by Jim Locke
Book 9 Part 1 42:08 Read by Jim Locke
Book 9 Part 2 40:36 Read by Jim Locke
Book 10 1:04:09 Read by Jim Locke
Book 11 1:05:37 Read by Jim Locke
Book 12 Part 1 41:54 Read by Jim Locke
Book 12 Part 2 34:56 Read by Jim Locke

Reviews

excellent and lengthy reading

(5 stars)

slow and clear.