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Plato

Author Code: CGPL

Born: c. 429 BC - Athens, Greece

Died: c. 347 BC - Athens, Greece

Plato was the son of an Athenian of ancient lineage. He studied under Socrates and, on his death in 399 BC, moved to Megara. In about 386 BC, Plato returned to Athens where he set up his Academy in an olive grove. Teaching philosophy for the remainder of his life, Plato set about writing the Dialogues, all of which have survived. In the Dialogues, the discussions are conducted primarily by Socrates. The principal dialogues includes Timaeus, which is our principal source for the legend of Atlantis, and the Apology, which recounts the trial of Socrates and his death.

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CGPL001 The Dialogues of Plato
  Apology
  Charmides
  Cratylus
  Critias
  Crito
  Euthydemus
  Euthyphro
  Gorgias
  Ion
  Laches
  Laws
  Lysis
  Meno
  Parmenides
  Phaedo
  Phaedrus
  Philebus
  Protagoras
  The Republic
  Sophist
  Statesman
  Symposium
  Theaetetus
  Timaeus
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