Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

NOTES on Plato (427?-347 B.C.E.): The Phaedo

Head of Platon, Roman copy. The original was exhibited at the Academy after the death of the philosopher (348/347 BC). The Phaedo is the story of a man who is condemned to death. In the Phaedo are described the final … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare’s CORIOLANUS: Act 5, Scene 6 (Conclusion)

— 5.6 — Tullus Aufidius and some attendants were in a public place in the Volscian city of Antium. Aufidius said, “Go and tell the lords of the city that I am here. Deliver this paper to them. After they … Continue reading

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