The apology of Plato

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Clarendon, 1899
 

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User Review  - David.Alfred.Sarkies - LibraryThing

These days when we think of the word apology we usually connect it with saying sorry for something that we have done wrong, however that is not necessarily the origin of the word. Christianity has a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kassilem - LibraryThing

I haven't read anything by Plato before this, or really anything about Socrates. But since Socrates was illiterate, we only have Plato's accounts of his philosophies and actions. Before this I didn't ... Read full review

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Page 66 - This was probably intended to be understood of Apollo, and yet did not quite mean so in Plato's mind.
Page 66 - Anaxagoras is recorded to have believed that rational animals were not confined to our world, and that the moon contained dwelling-places as well as hills and valleys (Ritter and Preller 57 a ; Diog.
Page 55 - Socrates in the philosopher's experiment to ascertain how many times the length of its own foot a flea could jump (Arist.
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Page 66 - But what renders his name of most importance in the history of philosophy was his declaration that intelligence (»out) was the cause of all motion and order in the universe. He was indicted by the Athenians for impiety on account of his opinion about the sun.
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