Eros In Plato | Issue 85 | Philosophy Now - Plato symposium eros

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Plato discusses love (erôs) and friendship (philia) primarily in two dialogues, the Lysis and the Symposium, though the Phaedrus also adds. The Symposium is a philosophical text by Plato dated c. – BC. It depicts a friendly In the Symposium, Eros is recognized both as erotic love and as a.

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By Yot - 19:11
In a brief and very plain dialogue with Agathon in Plato's Symposium, Socrates asks Agathon whether eros (= passionate love) is the sort of thing which is “of.
By Zolocage - 00:48
Chapter five examines the links between eros and vulnerability. Against those who read the Symposium's 'ladder of love' as a move away from loving the.
By Akikus - 12:26
The Symposium is about love, eros more specifically. But the dialogue, beyond being the culminating triumph of Plato's literary hand, is equally.

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