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➳ [Reading] ➶ Lísis By Plato ➩ – Salovehej.me 'Ah Hippothales I said; what a noble and really perfect love you have found I wish that you would favour me with the exhibition which you have been making to the rest of the company and then I shall b[Reading] Lísis By Plato Salovehej.me 'Ah Hippothales I said; what a noble and really perfect love you have found I wish that you would favour me with the exhibi.

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  1. Manny Manny says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookThe Trial of Socrates and Rolf Harris part 1 A courtroom at The Hague SOCRATES ROLF HARRIS various COUNSELS and COURT FUNCTIONARIES JOURNALISTS and members of the PUBLICCOURT USHER The case of Zeus versus Socrates and Rolf Harris Lord Justice Cocklecarrot presiding all rise all riseCOCKLECARROT Please be seated Socrates and Rolf Harris you stand accused of corrupting the youth of Athens and


  2. Greg Greg says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBook And I would rather have a good friend than the best cockLysis is the Plato dialogue on Friendship After a preliminary discussion with Lysis about his parents and the things he is and not premitted to do Menexenus enters into the dialogue and the focus shifts to friendship Socrates says I should greatly prefer a real friend to all the gold of Darius or even to Darius himself I am such a lover of friends as that And when I see you and Lysis at your early age so easily possessed of his treasure and so soon he of you and you of him I am amazed and delighted see that I myself although I am now advanced in years am so far from having made a similar acuisitiion that I do not even know in what way a friend is acuired With this kind of preamble to the start of the 'innocent' uestions you have an idea that the concept of Friendship


  3. booklady booklady says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookSocrates is Plato’s Christ like figure in that he asks enigmatic uestions designed to provide knowledge and self revelation for those wise enough to see it His dialogues seek to answer some conseuential over arching uestion—in the case of Lysis here “What is Friendship”—through a series of smaller deceptively simple uestions But also like Jesus Socrates cannot be taken at face value His uestions are never as they seem in that your answers say about YOU than they do


  4. Simo Ibourki Simo Ibourki says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookAfter a little small talk about the boy and his favourite other boy his lover Socrates jumps right into the main issue which is what is the nature of friendshipSocrates gives a definition Then another one Then another one Then he says to himself that his head is dizzy my head too with thinking of the argumentThen another one Then he says may not the other theory have been only a long story about nothing Really SocratesAt last he admits that it's really ridiculous to be in a friendship with others without even knowing what is a friendPlato's Dialogues should be called Socrates's Labyrinths


  5. Sookie Sookie says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookPlato offers a very clinical and detached view on Friendship There is a utilitarian view on this subject and Socrates subtly implies he prefers having a good friend over love Lysis see


  6. Regan Regan says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookGreat and readable primer on the Lysis I'd definitely recommend it as a first read to get one's bearing on the actual dialogue It doesn't bog the reader down with all of the interpretive disputes about the dialogue It is a straight


  7. David Sarkies David Sarkies says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookA uestion of Friendship29 November 2019 – Maryborough Well I have now made it to the town of Maryborough and after wandering around this morning killing time while waiting to be able to check in to my motel I have finally managed to get here so that I can sit down and actually write a review about this work of Plato’s Interestingly this isn’t written as a dialogue but rather as a pr


  8. Roy Lotz Roy Lotz says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookThis dialogue is normally grouped along with Laches and Charmides as an early inconclusive dialogue They are also alike in providing amusing portraits of life in Athens This dialogue for example has a humorous beginning Ctesippus complain


  9. Andrew Andrew says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookRead this in relation to some background research for a chapter in my thesis I am totally unfamiliar with Plato's work though I am generally familiar with his ideas on a second hand basis This was a good work on friendship which had broader definitions than our modern concept I like how his philosophy this work in particular takes the form of a short story it makes the ideas a lot easier to digest although this was a tough one with rather complex arguments And after all that it came to no definite conclusion regarding the nature o


  10. Viji (Bookish endeavors) Viji (Bookish endeavors) says:

    Lísis Epub ê lísis free, Lísis eBookWell It was a perfect lesson on how to keep on talking for an hour and mean absolutely nothing at all I do not understand the nee


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