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Plato was a very important classical Greek philosopher. He lived from 427 BC to 348 BC. He was a student of Socrates and the teacher of Aristotle. Plato wrote about many ideas in philosophy that are still talked about today. In fact, one modern philosopher (Alfred North Whitehead) said that all philosophy since Plato has just been comments on his works.Plato wrote his books in the form of dialogues—people talking about ideas, and sometimes disagreeing about them. This makes Plato's books more interesting to read.Socrates is usually the main person in Plato's dialogues. Usually, Socrates talks with people about their ideas, and tries to see if they believe anything that is illogical. Other people in the stories often become angry with Socrates because of this. People who study Plato argue about whether Socrates really said the same things that Plato makes him say, or whether Plato just used Socrates as a character, to make the ideas he was talking about seem more important.In this free app you'll find many phrases of Plato. Aphorisms, dialogues and thoughts. You can browse the library, Share your sentences with whoever you want (email, WhatsApp, Bluetooth, gMail, WeChat, Dropbox, Messages, Facebook, Google Plus, etc.). Add the most beautiful phrases in your favorites The application is localized in several languages, if the sources are limited are also displayed in EnglishThere is a widget that updates automatically!If You like this app, please write a good review :)
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Plato - Free Aphorisms is ranking in Hobbies et style de vie & Développement personnel
Last update was at Mar 25, 2021and the current version is Version : 2.1.0.09.
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