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Plato՚s Philosophical Concepts

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Introduction

Plato

  • Plato was a great ideologist; his ideology was essentially rooted in his certain resistance to Democracy.
  • Plato was said to have fallen under the spell of Plato՚s magnetic and searching thought, and was surprised at his master condemned to death on the charge of corrupting young men and believing in the city՚s Gods.

The Republic

  • The Republic, his masterpiece consists of a dialogic projection of the discussion between Socrates and his friends on the natur…

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Aristotle՚s Poetic Concept: An Analysis of Poetry

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  • Aristotle was a philosopher and polymath from Greece. He composed most of his works between 335 and 323 BC, while he was in Athens.
  • He had amazing passion for learning and possessed marvellous knowledge on multi discipline. As he learnt, he made significant contributions in the form of treatise to those disciplines.
  • His most important treatises include Physics, Metaphy…

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