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The Laws

Plato - Law - 1970 - 551 pages
In the Laws, Plato describes in fascinating detail a comprehensive system of legislation in a small agricultural utopia he named Magnesia. His laws not only govern crime and ...
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Timaeus and Critias

Plato - Philosophy - 1971 - 167 pages
Taking the form of dialogues between Socrates, Timaeus, Critias and Hermocrates, these two works are among Plato's final writings. In Timaeus, he gives a thorough account of ...
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The Trial and Death of Socrates: Four Dialogues

Plato - Literary Collections - 1992 - 115 pages
Among the most important and influential philosophical works in Western thought: Euthyphro, exploring the concepts and aims of piety and religion; Apology, a defense of the ...
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Symposium and Phaedrus

Plato - Literary Collections - 1993 - 92 pages
Two dialogues offering insight into the Platonic doctrine explore the manifestations and psychology of love.
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The Republic

Plato - Literary Collections - 1894 - 277 pages
A model for the ideal state includes discussion of the nature and application of justice, the role of the philosopher in society, the goals of education, and the effects of art ...
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Plato - Fiction - 1996 - 373 pages
The ideas of Plato (c429-347BC) have influenced Western philosophers for over two thousand years. Such is his importance that the twentieth-century philosopher A.N. Whitehead ...
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Plato, Donald J. Zeyl - Philosophy - 1987 - 133 pages
"This is an excellent translation. It achieves a very high standard of accuracy and readability, two goals very difficult to attain in combination when it comes to such a ...
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Plato, Alexander Nehamas, Paul Woodruff - Philosophy - 1995 - 144 pages
"A superb translation that captures the rhetorical brilliance of the Greek. . . . The translation is faithful in the very best sense: it reflects both the meaning and the ...
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