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Plato, Socrates, Dialogues, and Masks
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Plato (427 BC - 347 BC)
his complete works are like a                      doll
you open Plato and you find mostly                 
Socrates is the substance
Plato is like a            that keeps Socrates safe and preserved for posterity
but you also find many other characters than Socrates
Anytus
Euthyphro
Apollo
        
Cephalus
Polemarchus
Bendis
Thrasymachus
these people were Greek but from all over the                           
in Classical Greece, you were Greek if you            Greek
this                                of the Greek world is important to Plato's dialogues
but perhaps Plato was doing less reporting on what these characters said and did but was doing more                  of they said and did
Nietzsche: All that is                  wears a mask.
any deep truth is a hidden truth
any deep truth is       -sided
any deep truth goes against what people think
Plato wasn't the          one writing Socratic dialogues
it was a            literary genre
"Socrates said" has some of the same problems as "                   taught"
perhaps conventional as a point of literary                to attribute your own thoughts to the master
three groups of dialogues
early
Socrates is the                character, and is believed to be expressing his own views, hence these are known as the Socratic dialogues
Apology (Death of Socrates)
Crito
Charmides, or Temperance
Laches or Courage
Lysis, or                     
Euthyphro
Ion
middle
Plato begins expressing his own views, in the guise of Socrates, the Symposium and Republic are the most important works in this period
Gorgias
Protagoras
Meno
Euthydemus
Cratylus
Phaedo
Phaedrus
Symposium
The                 
Theaetetus
Parmenides
late
deeper developments of the philosophy expressed in the earlier ones, the most difficult of Plato's works
Sophist
Statesman
Philebus
Timaeus
Critias
Laws
The                Letter
Socrates (470BC-399BC)
never wrote anything
Plato wrote what Socrates said
sometimes called                  dialogues
sometimes called Socratic dialogues
what do you say, Plato argues? Socrates argues?
sometimes it's               
didn't have positive views, or not many
he took other people's                views apart
dialogue
a cross between a play and a                set
Plato and Socrates existed as did most of the                            in the dialogues
semi-                  , details are probably mostly fictional

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