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Plato on the soul

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    I'll put some more of this gibberish here later...HAHAHA, I am just kidding - I freakin' LOVE some of Plato's stuff, well you know... Platonicly...

    Those lovely inner dialogues...


     
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    Reminds me why I'm glad to have 2500 years of progression in philosophy.
     
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    Everything I am posting here is from Phaedrus which I think is am wonderful work. I just love the writing style.
     
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    Wings :smile:

     
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    Plato is a moron. Aristotle is the better of the two.

    Love of the state. pfft.
     
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    The divine intelligence, being nurtured upon mind and pure knowledge, and the intelligence of every soul which is capable of receiving the food proper to it, rejoices at beholding reality, and once more gazing upon truth, is replenished and made glad, until the revolution of the worlds brings her round again to the same place. In the revolution she beholds justice, and temperance, and knowledge absolute, not in the form of generation or of relation,
    which men call existence, but knowledge absolute in existence absolute; and beholding the other true existences in like manner, and feasting upon them,
    she passes down into the interior of the heavens and returns home; and there the charioteer putting up his horses at the stall, gives them ambrosia to eat and nectar to drink.
     
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