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  1. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUB “Every heart sings a song incomplete until another heart whispers back Those who wish to sing always find a song At the touch of a lover everyone becomes a poet” Plato THE SCHOOL OF LOVE Phaedrus is commonly paired on th


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    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUB HARRY's apartment from When Harry Met Sally HARRY is asleep on his couch On the table next to him are a mostly empty bottle of bourbon and a copy of Phaedrus Enter SOCRATESSOCRATES Good evening HarryHARRY How SOCRATES Don't worry I'm not real This is a dreamHARRY Uh SOCRATES I see you're reading Phaedrus Looking for advice maybe?HARRY I I just can't understand how I could have done it Why did I fuck her? I've ruined everythingSOCRATES You're sure about that?HARRY We had such a great thing going We weren't like dating so we could hang out and have fun and talk There wasn't any jealousy or possessiveness or any of that crap It was perfect SOCRATES Because you weren't lovers you could enjoy each other's company much ?HARRY E


  3. Ian "Marvin" Graye Ian "Marvin" Graye says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBA Twist in Your TogaAs they say in the classics I’m glad I reviewed The Symposium before Phaedrus the two relate to similar subject matter it’s uncertain in what order they were written However Phaedrus isn’t the toga party that The Symposium was primarily because there are less participants And everybody knows the bigger the toga party the better Well it has a potential for surprises though apart from the surprise element I don't think there’s anything intrinsically wrong with a toga party for twoUnder Plane or Chaste Tree?Ironically my assessment of the number of participants might not be strictly correct It’s a tribute to Plato’s metafictional structure that in both cases only two people are speaking in the present The difference lies in how many people’s views they recount in significant detail t


  4. Steve Steve says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUB Phaedrus is another Socratic dialogue but one which actually is a dialogue Socrates runs into his friend Phaedrus who tells him of a conversation he just had with Lysias a mutual acuaintance As in the Symposium httpwwwgoodreadscomreviewshowthe topic is love but here instead of looking at many different aspects of love the topic is initially who is the better object of a man's love? One should keep in mind that one of the positions defended in the Symposium is the most noble form of love is that of a mature virtuous man together with a young inexperienced man because the latter could learn thereby from the former how to be a man of virtue; over because they could go to war or to the assemblies of solely male citizens together the fear of shame in front of the loved one would assure that both would fight or otherwise comport them


  5. Jonfaith Jonfaith says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBI have heard a tradition of the ancients whether true or not they only know; although if we found the truth ourselves do you think that we should care much about the opinions of men?Delightful rumination on the contrast of rhetoric and philos


  6. Trevor Trevor says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBI’m making my way though Plato’s collected dialogues – and there are uite a few of them All the same I’m surprised by how many I’ve read before I’m going to add some comments about the individual ones as I go through them and maybe something


  7. Roy Lotz Roy Lotz says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUB I am myself a great lover of these processes of division and generalization; they help me to speak and to think This is one of Plato’s discursive dialogues wandering from topic to topic like a real conversation rather than presenting a tight argument As such it is not exactly satisfying as a presentation of Plato’s idealistic philosophy by itself; but it makes for a wonderful companion piece to other dialogues such as the Gorgias or the Symposium The two primary themes of this dialogue are love and rhetoric; and they are combined in the criticism of speeches about love The love that Plato embraces is predictably Platonic the admiration of


  8. Peter Peter says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBSpoiler alert This book is not about a philosophy of love as many reviewers seem to believe As every dream has its manifest content a storyline that masks a


  9. House of Books House of Books says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBVery interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed it


  10. Jacob Aitken Jacob Aitken says:

    Kindle Φαίδρος PDF Ù ´ dequiensonlosmedios.co Φαίδρος pdf, Φαίδρος PDF/EPUBInitial Problem Can a lover be a stable friend?P1 The Lover is dis ordered than the non loverP2 Love is a desire Plato 237P2a Erromenos Eros is the Supreme DesireP3 Socrates speaking The non lover has all the advantages in which the lover is deficientP1 3 establish that the lover is always unstable He is concerned with pleasing the beloved It seems if he is controlled by desire Eros then he isn’t rational In fact he is madBut Socrates raises an interesting uestion Do we not consider Eros divine the ancient Greek would have said yes? If so he can’t be evil If he isn’t evil does that call into uestion P1 3? Socrates renews his argumentP4 What if madness weren’t necessarily an evil? 244Prophecy is a kind of


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