Peter Kalkavage


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Peter Kalkavage is a member of the senior faculty at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, where he has taught for thirty years. He is the author of numerous articles on philosophy. He translated Plato's Timaeus and co-translated Plato's Phaedo and Sophist. ...more

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The Logic of Desire: An Int...

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The Envisioned Life: Essays...

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Elements: A Workbook for Fr...

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On the Measurement of Tones

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Phaedo

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Timaeus: Translation. Gloss...

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Sophist: The Professor of W...

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Symposium or Drinking Party

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Plato: Meno

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“It is not difficult to imagine that music, like Dante’s Beatrice, is one of the ways in which grace operates through beauty—that music, like Beatrice, is a mediator.”
Peter Kalkavage

“Music does not merely sound: It enchants. To listen to music is to give our souls to its power. We do not merely hear and feel but are held and possessed.”
Peter Kalkavage



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