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Ancient Greek philosopher; student of Socrates and author of philosophical dialogues that are prominent in the study of Western culture.

Plato, the great philosopher, was a student of Socrates and author of some of the most significant philosophical works in history.

Plato also wrote the finest prose in Greek. His use of the peculiarities of the language are significant not only to their contribution to his philosophical argument but also to the historical development of prose as a literary genre.


Comprehending the Minds Aging Eye -- An analysis of Plato's Allegory of the Cave

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Introduction and Analysis to Plato's The Republic -- this very comprehensive analysis of The Republic comes from an early edition of the text edited by Benjamin Jowett

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What has Plato to say about the Soul -- Plato's doctrine on the soul, with particular reference to the Apology, Phaedo, and Meno

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The Nature of Women in Plato and Aristotle -- Plato and Aristotle's view of the nature and capabilities of women.

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