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Dialogues of Plato offers a philosophy that has guided man through the ages. In his magnificent writings, Plato examines our virtues and vices, our problems and questions. With remarkable literary grace, he shows us how man can understand his place in the world and live an intelligent and happy life. This edition features the Jowett Translations, edited and with introductory notes by Justin D. Kaplan. The complete texts of The Apology, Crito, Phaedo, Symposium, and extensive selections from The Republic are included.
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