<biography, philosophical historiography> Greek historian (430-350 B.C.E.). Xenophon's dialogues, especially the Apologhma (Apology) and Memorabilia, offer an account of the philosophical career of Socrates through more practical, worldly eyes than do the dialogues of Plato. Recommended Reading: Xenophon: Memorabilia, Oeconomicus, Symposium, Apologia, tr. by E. C. Marchant and O. J. Todd (Harvard, 1923); Xenophon, Conversations of Socrates, tr. by Hugh Tredennick (Penguin, 1990); and Leo Strauss, Xenophon's Socrates (St. Augustine, 1997).
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