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Plato

Born: 427
Died: 347

Summary of Biography

Plato, Greek philosopher and prose writer, is famous for the depth of his thoughts. He expressed his views and beliefs through written dialogues. His work is spread over thirty five volumes.

Biography

A Greek philosopher and prose writer, who is famous for the depth of his thought. Most of his work is in dialogue form and may have been intended for public performance. The prime speaker is nearly always Socrates. The dialogues fall into three groups. The best-known among the first group are: Ion, Euthyphro, Protagoras, orgies. The second group is considered to be written between 371 and 367 BC contains: Crito, Apology, Phaedo, Symposium. Finally the third group, considered to be philosophical and technically subtle contains: Theaetetus, Parmenides, Timaeus, Sophists, philebus.

This section contains 10 books
Symposium
Symposium

by Plato

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Protagoras
Protagoras

by Plato

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Philebus
Philebus

by Plato

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Phaedo
Phaedo

by Plato

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Parmenides
Parmenides

by Plato

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Meno
Meno

by Plato

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Lysis
Lysis

by Plato

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Laches
Laches

by Plato

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Euthydemus
Euthydemus

by Plato

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Charmides
Charmides

by Plato

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