Платоъс Ион

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Депт. оф Греек, Брин Мавр Коллеге, 1984 - History - 21 pages
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Though it was difficult for me to understand all , I felt Plato's extraordinary dialouge skill. Read full review

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The Ion isn't the most philosophically important work, but Plato is, as always, a brilliant and witty writer and the dialogue is hilarious. Plato challenges the standard convention in Ancient Greek ... Read full review


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