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Greek Philosophy, Thales to Plato

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Greek Philosophy, Thales to Plato
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Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN/ASIN: 1131009576
Number of pages: 388

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The author's chief aim has been to assist students who wish to acquire a firsthand knowledge of what Plato actually says in the dialogues of his maturity. So long as they are content to know some thing of the Republic and the earlier dialogues, Platonism must be a sealed book to them. John Burnet is best known for his work on Plato.

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