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Aflaṭôn
Aflāṭūn
Aflotun
Aplaṭôn
Báik-lăk-dù
Bolatu
Eflâtun
P'ullat'o
P'ullat'on
P'urat'on
Pʹŭllatʹo
Pʹŭllatʹon
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Pġaton
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Pʻŭllatʻon
Pʻuratʻon
Pileetoo
Platån
Platão
Platão (filósofo grego)
Plató
Plato (antieke Griekse wijsgeer)
Plato (Athenensis)
Plato (Atheniensis)
Plato (Atheniensus)
Plato (Classical Greek philosopher)
Plato (Greek philosopher, 428/427-348/347 BCE)
Plato (Klasiko a Griego a pilosopo)
Plato (Philosoph)
Plato (Philosophus)
Plato (von Athen)
Plátōn
Platon (antiker griechischer Philosoph)
Platon (antikk gresk filosof)
Platon (d'Athènes)
Platon (dÁthènes)
Platón (filósofo grego)
Platón (filósofo griego)
Platón (filósofo griego clásico que creo la teoría de las ideas)
Platon (grecki filozof)
Platón (ókori görög filozófus, iskolaalapító)
Platon (Philosoph)
Platon (philosophe grec antique)
Platon (Sohn des Ariston)
Platon (von Athen)
Platonas
Platone
Platone (ca. 428-347 a.C.)
Platone (filosofo greco antico)
Platoni
Platonis
Platonius
Platono (Helena filozofo, fondinto de platonismo, (-428 ; -348))
Platōnos
Platons
Platoon
Platuni
Platuons
Po-la-t'u
Po-la-tʻu
Ps.-Platon
Pseudo-Plato
Pseudo-Platon
Πλάτων
Πλάτων, 0427?
Πλάτωνας (αρχαίος Έλληνας φιλόσοφος)
Афлотун
Әфләтүн
Былатыан
Платон
Платон (гръцкият философ)
Платон (давньогрецький філософ)
Платон (древнегреческий философ)
Платѡнъ
Плятон
პლატონი
Պլատոն
Պղատոն
אפלטון
אפלטון (פילוסוף יווני)
פלאטא
פלאטאן
פלאטו
פלטו
أفلاطون
ئەفلاتوون
اپلاتون
افلاطون
افلاطون (فیلسوف یونانی)
افلوطين
بىراتۇ
ፕላቶ
प्लातोन्
प्लेटो
প্লেটো
ਅਫਲਾਤੂਨ
પ્લેટો (ગ્રીક ફિલસુફ)
பிளேட்டோ
ప్లేటో
ಪ್ಲೇಟೊ
പ്ലേറ്റോ
ප්ලේටෝ (plato)
เพลโต
ປະລາຕົງ
ཕི་ལ་ཐོན།
ပလေးတိုး
ផ្លាតូ
플라톤
プラトーン
プラトン
伯拉図
柏拉图 (古希腊哲学家)
柏拉圖
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428 vai 427-348 vai 347 p.m.ē
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Agricola, Rudolf (1444-1485; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Apelt, Otto (1845-1932)
Aratus (Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Ast, Friedrich
Azevedo, Maria Teresa Schiappa de (1947-)
B. G. Teubner (Lipsk)
Beurer, Johannes Jakob (der Ältere; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Burnet, John (1863-1928)
Chambry, Émile (1864-1938)
Cornarius, Janus (1500-1558; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Cousin, Victor (1792-1867)
Croiset, Alfred (1845-1923)
Diès, Auguste
Diès, Auguste (1875-1958)
Gessner, Conrad (1516-1565; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Gil Fernández, Luis (1927-)
Hermann, Carl Friedrich (1804-1855))
Hermann, Karl Friedrich (1804-1855)
Johannes (Stobaeus; ca. 5.Jh; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Jowett, Benjamin (1817-1893)
Klibansky, Raymond (1905-2005)
Leroux, Georges (1945-)
Morcillo, Sebastián Fox (1526-1560; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Platonismo (see also from)
Pr
Proclus (Diadochus; 412-485; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Pseudo-Plato (see also from)
Robin, Léon (1866-1947)
Serres, Jean de (1540-1598; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
socrates
Stallbaum, Gottfried (1793-1861)
Stallbaum, Johann Gottfried (1793-1861))
Vietor, Theodor (1560-1644; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Waterfield, Robin (1952-)
Witwicki, Władysław (1878-1948))
Wohlrab, Martin (1834-1913)
Zovko, Jure
岡田, 正三 (1902-1980)
Titles: 
Adeimantus raises the question of the role of women in society
agreed characteristics of the city, The
Alcibiade
Alcibiades 1
All right then. When people are unwell... - the just man
Apología de Sócrates
Apologie de Socrate
Apology
Axiochus
Banquet
Cartas. 7ª
Charmide
Choice: the middle way
Clarendon Plato series
Clitopho
Correspondance
Courage
Crátilo
Cratyle
Cratylus
Critias
Crito. Irish
Criton
Definitiones
Democracy
Demodocus
Diálogos
Dialogues. Selections
Epigrammata
Epinomis
Epistles. 7th-8th
Epistulae
Eryxias
Euthydème
Euthyphron
faculty of sight, The
Filebo
four elements of a city which is wholly good: wisdom, courage, self-discipline and justice, The
four regimes of rule: The Cretan or Spartan (honor-loving - timocracy), oligarchy, democracy, tryanny, The
full guardians and the auxiliaries, the defenders of the rulers' beliefs, The
Gastmahl, Das
Glaucon: Explain, please, why pleasure is a shadow-picture
Glaucon Puts the Argument for Injustice
Glaucon: The Legend of Gyges the Lydian
Glaucon: Yes, he said. It is a good idea to find that out
Gorgias
Here are three men...
Hipparque
Hippias majeur
Hippias mineur
imagine the next regime... Oligarchy, I
In which case, Glaucon, you should bear in mind
Ion
iusto, De
Justice
Kriton
Lachès
Laws. Book 10
Leges 1-3
Leges 10
Leges 4-7
Lieb Gewonnen
Lois
Lysis
Ménexène
Meno 82b-86c
Ménon
metaphor of the community in the cave, The
Minos
model of justice and a model of injustice, A
new journey to the light - and eight whorls, A
Nothing From This (Echomen mix)
Nuclear Storm
Œuvre
Oeuvres
On campaign with the children
origin of war and the need for guardians - soldiers, The
Parménide
Parmenides 141e-142a
Peri tagathu
Phaedo. Irish
Phédon
Phèdre
Phonenician story and the training of the auxiliaries, The
Plato Archytae Tarentino 1
Plato Archytae Tarentino 2
Plato Aristodoro
Plato Dioni Syracusano
Plato Dionis et propinquis et amicis 1
Plato Dionis et propinquis et amicis 2
Plato Dionysio 1
Plato Dionysio 2
Plato Dionysio 3
Plato Dionysio 4
Plato Hermiae, Erasto et Corisco
Plato Perdiccae
Poets of Prophetic Messianism
Polemarchus 'Inherits the Discussion' on the Definition of Justice
Politeia, 10. Buch
Politique
Protagoras
rational and the spirited, The
Republic. 588b-589b
Republic. Book 1
Republic. Book 10
Republic. Book 7
Republic. Book 8
Republic. Selections
Republic, The
república, La
république, La
Res publica 1-4
Res publica 10,595a-608b
Res publica 2,376e-3,398b
Res publica 5,475d-480a
Res publica 5-7
Res publica 6,509d-511e
Res publica 6-7
Res publica 7,514a-517a
Res publica 7,534b3-d2
Res publica 8,545c-547a
Returning to every day life after the contemplation of the divine
rivaux
role of the classes in society - the skilled worker or businessman; the warriers; the guardian/rulers, The
ruler of what can be understood and the ruler of what can be seen, The
Second Alcibiade
second proof - the three parts of the soul: pleasure, desire, rule, A
Self-discipline
Sisyphus
situation of children, The
Socrate: I. Portrait de Socrate
Socrate: II. Bords de l'llissus
Socrate: III. Mort de Socrate
Socrates: A great prize is at state, Glaucon...for being good rather than bad
Socrates continues the discussion
Socrates Defends Justice
Socrates: Do you know what sort of thing these pleasures and pains are then
Socrates: In which case, whre exactly are justice and injustice to be forund in it.
Socrates: It's neither hear nor there, Polemarchus, I said
Socrates: Practice justice with wisdom
Socrates: the greatest good...and the greatest evil... in the organisation of our city
Socrates: ...the most important branch of study is the form or character of the good
Socrates: The origin of a city lies... In that we are not, any of us, self-sufficient
Socrates: There is no end to suffering... unless either philosophers become kings... or kings... become philosophers
Socrates: This is what you must take me to mean by the child of the good
Socrates: What prompts the change from champion to tyrant?
Socrates: Which is more profitable: just actions, good behaviour... or unjust actions and be unjust
Socrates: Which of these people are to rule, and which to be ruled?
Sofist
Sofisten
Sokrates försvarstal
Sophistès
Staat, De
Symposium 14-16
Symposium. Selections
tale of Er, the son of Armenius, The
Teetet
Teeteto
...That leaves us with the task of describing... tryanny
Theaetetus 187d-2000
Théagès
This choice of lives amoung the various souls...
Thrasymachus: Some cities are tyrannies, some are democracies and others aristocracies
Thrasymachus Takes Control of the Argurment
Timaeus 17-27
Timaeus. Selections
Timée
Timocracy or timarchy
Tragoediae
training of the rulers, The
treatment of the enemy - enslavement?, The
verdict: The best... is the one who is most kingly, the one who is king over himself, The
virtute, De
went down to piraeus yesterday with Glaucon, I
Werke 1804-1828
What would you say is the greatest benefit you have derived from your possession of great wealth?
...when they arrived they had to go immediately before Lachesis
Wisdom
With pleasure, Cephalus
Μήλο
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