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To the student of republican and imperial Rome few studies are more fertile than that of her accomplishments in the field of oratory. Two thousand years lie between our century and the age of Cicero but we ourselves still realize the value of speaking ability. Yet, in our own civilization, a man has so many media for communicating ...
The reality of the soul in Plato
Plato's literary style was naturally adapted for the representation of divergent points of view; and the apparently contradictory statements which he puts in the mouth even of hismost important character, Socrates, cause endless difficulty to one who attempts to construct from the dialogues a unified Platonism. Nor is it easy ...