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Quite the necessary read for anyone in philosophy or rhetoric. Easy to read translation.Published 1 month ago by JMC
I bought the Kindle edition of Rowe's translation with introduction and notes. But discovered that I was not sent a kindle edition of that translation. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Charmides
Read this for a class -- certainly not something I would have picked up on my own. Typical/classic teachings of Plato.Published 9 months ago by FrogLady
Very good read. Purchased for a course. Would purchase from seller again.Published 10 months ago by hippias rex
This dialogue starts with Phaedrus reading a speech by Lysias, which without defining "lover" argues that one should have sex with a non-lover rather than a lover. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jordan Bell