Plato from Raphael's "School of Athens." Wikimedia Commons
The article on Plato in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy says, "The subject of philosophy...can be called his invention." Plato's thinking was influential and formative not only in the ancient Athenian world, but has continued to be so at all times, up to the present day. This research guide will assist you in learning about this profound thinkers work, thought, life and reasons for his continuing influence.
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Criticism on Individual Dialogues
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