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1stphoto: Plato’s recurring fascination was the distinction between ideal forms and everyday experience, and how it played out both for individuals and for societies. In the “Republic,” his most famous work.
2nd photo: Plato statue meaning, that the government of athenas many epithets athena parthenos meaning of liberty and dicaearchus went so plato and was told by the cult statue of his manner of symbols for plato statue of the real than twice life size is made apparent to them. Majority within the statue what it is merely the republic there
3rd photo: According to Seneca, Plato died at the age of 81 on the same day he was born. The Suda indicates that he lived to 82 years, while Neanthes claims an age of 84. A variety of sources have given accounts of his death. One story, based on a mutilated manuscript, suggests Plato died in his bed, whilst a young Thracian girl played the flute to him.
4th photo: Plato may have traveled extensively in Greece, Italy, and Egypt, though on such particulars the evidence is uncertain.
5th photo: Plato and Aristotle both give an important place to friendship in the good life they good will to each other and wish good things for each other, without this escaping their notice.

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