Articles: Dimitri El Murr, Paradigmatic Method and Platonic Epistemology; Phillip Sidney Horky, Pseudo-Archytas´ Protreptics? On Wisdom in its Context; Mauro Tulli, Plato and the Variety of Literary Production; A. Gabriéle Wersinger-Taylor, The Meaning of "..." in Plato´s Republic 6,509b6–c4: A New Hypothesis; Harold Tarrant, Dangerous Sailing: [Plato] Second Alcibiades 147a1–4; Debra Nails, Bad Luck to Take a Woman Abroad; Michael Erler, Argument and Context: Adaption and Recasting of Positions in Plato´s Dialogues; Anne-Marie Schultz, Listening to Socrates in the Theaetus: Recovering a Lost Narrator; Mario Regali, The Mask of Dialogue: On the Unity of Socrates´ Characterization in Plato´s Dialogues; Christopher Rowe, Plato, Socrates, and the genei gennaia sophistikē of Sophist 231b; Francisco J. Gonzalez, Questioning the Value of Chronology; Gerald A. Press, Changing Course in Plato Studies; Rafael Ferber and Gregor Damschen, Is the Idea of the Good Beyond Being? Plato´s epekeina tēs ousias Revisited (Republic 6,509b8–10); Rick Benitez, Like Being Nothing: Death and Anaesthesia in Plato Apology 40c; Lloyd P. Gerson, Ideas of Good?; Thomas Alexander Szlezák, Are There Deliberately Left Gaps in Plato´s Dialogues?; J. J. Mulhern, Plato´s Putative Mouthpiece and Acient Authorial Practice: The Case of Homer; Jan Stolpe, Translating Plato; Mitchell Miller, `Making New Gods?´ A Reflection on the Gift of the Symposium; Necip Fikri Alican, A Horse is a Horse, of Course, of Cource, but what about Horseness?