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Forgotten Books, 2008 - Love - 77 pages
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Review: Phaedrus

User Review  - Steven - Goodreads

Read inside The Rhetorical Tradition As with Gorgias, this is Plato's treatise on rhetoric. This version focuses on what good rhetoric is supposed to be as opposed to what bad rhetoric was shaped as in Gorgias. As before, there are flaws, but it is still engaging. If you like that sort of thing. Read full review

Review: Phaedrus (Os pensadores)

User Review  - David - Goodreads

I think the work was an eye-opener when it came to rhetoric. It was interesting, the topic of eros, but even more enchanting was the dialogue and dense discussion of rhetoric between Socrates and Phaedrus. I believe it's a short work but totally inspiring to study rhetoric and philosophy. Read full review

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