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This accessible supplement makes Plato’s texts come alive for students by showing them how to read, think critically, and write about these key classic works. Engaging interactive devices draw students into an intimate philosophical encounter that they can model in later work in philosophy.
1. Euthyphro2. Apology
Posted September 14, 2005
I take my hat off to the Greeks. They are multi-talented people. This book is compelling. After reading this book, I wanted to write a book. This book is scary because of how accurate it is to today's society. I was astonished by the writer insight into society and the effects of social suppressioon.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.