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Plato's known as the father of idealism in philosopher. Many people associet Plato with a few central doctrines that are advocated in his writtings. The world that appears to our senses, and populated by intities called the form of ideas that are enternal. *The most fundamental distinction in Plato's Philosophy is between the many observable objects that appear beautiful, and the one object that is what beauty(goodness,justice, unity)really is,from which many beautiful thing receive theirs name and characteristics. *Plato traveled in Greece,Italy and Egypt though on such particulars the evidence is uncertain. *While he in Italy sicily and Egypt,Plato studed with orther philosopher including follower of the mystice mathematician.Pythagorean including Theodorus of Cyrene. *Plato believed that only people who have been proven time and time again to make judgments thet are in the best interest of society without clouding their judgment with personal interest.

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