Cathal Woods, 2013 - 138 pages
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The book that I read this dialogue in also contained the Protagoras, which is a good pairing because both of them deal with the question of whether virtue can be taught (the Penguin edition uses the ... Read full review
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This might be a starting place for our currently divided society since it addresses so MANY of our current controversies Read full review