New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. XV, 187 pp.
Contents: This scholarly study presents Plato's Theory of Abstract Relations and its applicability to the concrete world of
existence. It exhibits Plato's notion of abstract relations as quite distinct from the notion of ideas found in dialogues
such as the Republic and as part of a different tradition of thought, found in such men as Leibniz and Russell.