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Plato's 'Theory of Forms' vs. Modern Science's Concept Of Reality
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A 5 page paper that provides a comparison between Plato's reflections on knowledge, opinion and understanding elemental to his 'Theory of Forms' and the concept of reality as it is designed within the scope of modern scientific methods. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Platosci.wps

Plato's Crito, Apology, & Republic / The Nature of Truth
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An 8 page analysis of three of Plato's Dialogues, showing how Plato actually diverted our attention from the truth under the guise of revealing it. Considerable emphasis is laid on Plato's methods, with examples from the three works. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Critapre.wps

Plato's Republic and 'Seeming' or 'Being' Moral
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This 8 page report discusses Adeimantus and Glaucon in The Republic as they try to determine whether or not morality serves as the means to an end. Both of the young men believe people only do what is right under compulsion and that nobody really sees doing good as good for him or her. Instead, they secretly long for the power and the freedom to do as they pleased. No secondary sources.
Filename: BWplamor.rtf

Plato's Symposium and D'Aragona's Dialogue on the Infinity of Love
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Love runs the gamut of definition within the mind of every individual. Love has been the subject of every type of discourse from antiquity to the present. Plato addresses the concept of love in Symposium. It has also been the basis for moral discussion and the rights of women. D'Aragona's dialogue implies that the act of creation equally benefits men and women. This 5 page paper compares the ideas and beliefs of the two writers concerning the basis for love and the role of women. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KTloveas.wps

Plato's Theory of the Soul
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An 9 page paper in which the writer supports Plato's theory that the soul is not only immortal, but also can be either healthy or sick. For Plato, a healthy soul is one that is in harmony with the cosmos and strives for wisdom and knowledge. An unhealthy soul cannot recognize responsibilities to the cosmos, and therefore, does not temper desires with reason. The writer supports these ideas using Plato's own texts, including 'Crito,' 'Phaedrus' and The Republic as well as several secondary sources -- all of which are listed in bibliography.
Filename: Platosou.wps

Plato's View Of Death
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For most individuals, the questions of what came before this life and what will happen after death are the basis for the quest for truth. Many of the moral traditions of society incorporate the concept of a pre-existence and an afterlife as well as the belief that one is rewarded for a virtuous life and punished for a life lived unjustly. This 7 page paper asserts that Plato is presenting a number of concepts inherent to his belief concerning death within The Republic and Phaedo. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTdeathp.wps

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