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The Republic

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Author: Plato

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Download this FREE eBook, and read Greek philosopher, Plato's writings about the principles of definition, the law of contradiction, the fallacy of arguing in a circle, the distinction between the essence and accidents of a thing or notion, between means and ends; and between causes and conditions. Also includes his writings on the division of the mind into the rational, concupiscent, and irascible elements; and pleasures and desires into necessary and unnecessary. These and other great forms of thought are all included in this FREE eBook. Download it today!

Misty Livingston

It's obvious Plato was influential regardless of your viewpoint on his philosophies (or hers? lol). Reading this really brought meaning to many of the later philosophers, psychiatric theorists, and psychologists. It's clear that many of them respected Plato's ideas and used them as a springboard for their own.


Taiki Elizabeth Shingaki

This is to those that are new to philosophy or those that have had the good fortune of realizing the importance of thinking about things. The Republic will serve as encouragement to you as a thinker, which will help you in all you do. Our best regards to the reader... - T.&E.Shingaki


Mannu Chowdhary

It's a wonderful masterpiece by great philosopher Plato. One ought to read and enjoy this.


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