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    • Plato's Republic

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Ray Childs
    • Durée : 11 h et 46 min
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    The Republic poses questions that endure: What is justice? What form of community fosters the best possible life for human beings? What is the nature and destiny of the soul? What form of education provides the best leaders for a good republic? What are the various forms of poetry and the other arts, and which ones should be fostered and which ones should be discouraged? How does knowing differ from believing?

    Prix : 22,40 €

    • The Allegory of the Cave

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Adriel Brandt
    • Durée : 2 h et 7 min
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    This simplistic and ingenious allegory from one of the fathers of Western philosophy casts light on society’s naiveté and ignorance.

    Prix : 4,08 €

    • The Socratic Dialogues: Early Period, Volume 1

    • The Apology, Crito, Charmides, Laches, Lysis, Menexenus, Ion
    • De : Plato, Benjamin Jowett - translator
    • Lu par : David Rintoul, full cast
    • Durée : 6 h et 32 min
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    Here are the Socratic Dialogues presented as Plato designed them to be - living discussions between friends and protagonists, with the personality of Socrates himself coming alive as he deals with a host of subjects, from justice and inspiration to courage, poetry and the gods. Plato's Socratic Dialogues provide a bedrock for classical Western philosophy. For centuries they have been read, studied and discussed via the flat pages of books, but the ideal medium for them is the spoken word.

    Prix : 16,96 €

    • The Socratic Dialogues Middle Period, Volume 2

    • Phaedrus, Cratylus, Parmenides
    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : David Rintoul, Laurence Kennedy, full cast
    • Durée : 6 h et 53 min
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    The remarkable range of Plato's Dialogues is vividly demonstrated by these three works. It opens with Phaedrus, a highly personal discussion between Socrates (David Rintoul) and the young, love-struck Phaedrus (Gunnar Cauthery). They go for a walk outside the walls of Athens and, under a plane tree by the banks of the Ilissus, talk about love - erotic and 'Platonic' love. Socrates endeavours to steer Phaedrus away from infatuation and show him that real love is based on concern for the beloved.

    Prix : 18,19 €

    • The Laws

    • The Socratic Dialogues Late Period, Volume 2
    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Laurence Kennedy, Hayward Morse, Sam Dale
    • Durée : 14 h et 9 min
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    The Laws is the longest of Plato’s Dialogues and actually doesn’t feature Socrates at all - the principal figure taking the lead is the ‘Athenian Stranger’ who engages two older men in the discussion, Cleinias (from Crete) and Megillus (from Sparta). The Dialogue is set in Crete, and the three men embark on a pilgrimage from Knossus to the cave of Dicte, where, legend reports, Zeus was born. 

    Prix : 28,39 €

    • The Socratic Dialogues Early Period, Volume 2

    • Gorgias, Protagoras, Meno, Euthydemus, Lesser Hippias, Greater Hippias
    • De : Plato, Benjamin Jowett - translator
    • Lu par : David Rintoul, full cast
    • Durée : 10 h et 9 min
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    Here, in this second collection of Socratic Dialogues from Plato's Early Period, read by David Rintoul as Socrates with a full cast, are contrasting six works. Often, as with Gorgias, which opens the recording, Socrates combats the popular subjects of sophistry and rhetoric, in direct conversation with Gorgias (a leading sophist teacher), and with one of his pupils, Callicles.

    Prix : 20,74 €

    • The Socratic Dialogues Middle Period, Volume 1

    • Symposium, Theaetetus, Phaedo
    • De : Plato, Benjamin Jowett - translation
    • Lu par : David Rintoul, Hugh Ross, full cast
    • Durée : 8 h et 23 min
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    Here are three important but very different Dialogues from the Middle Period. Symposium, the most well-known in this collection, is concerned with the theme of love. In the house of Agathon, a group of friends - each very different in personality and background - meet to consider and discuss various kinds of love. Each one, Phaedrus, Pausanias, Eryximachus, Aristophanes (the playwright) and Agathon (a prize-winning tragic poet), presents his particular view in a short discourse.

    Prix : 20,74 €

    • The Socratic Dialogues: Late Period, Volume 1

    • Timaeus, Critias, Sophist, Statesman, Philebus
    • De : Plato, Benjamin Jowett - translator
    • Lu par : David Rintoul, David Timson, Peter Kenny, and others
    • Durée : 10 h et 41 min
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    These five very different Socratic Dialogues date from Plato's later period, when he was revisiting his early thoughts and conclusions and showing a willingness for revision. In Timaeus (mainly a monologue read by David Timson in the title role), Plato considers cosmology in terms of the nature and structure of the universe, the ever-changing physical world and the unchanging eternal world. And he proposes a demiurge as a benevolent creator God.

    Prix : 22,79 €

    • The Republic (AmazonClassics Edition)

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Malcolm Hillgartner
    • Durée : 22 h et 38 min
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    In search of an ideal civilization, Socrates leads Glaucon, Polemarchus, Thrasymachus, and others in debates about various subjects, including justice, truth, class, and art. For without righteousness, tyranny and injustice give rise to oligarchy. The influential dialogues of The Republic helped shape all of Western literature and philosophical thought. It is as much a doctrine of ethics and politics now as it was for the ancient Greeks, and its dilemma remains: how to create a perfect society populated by very imperfect human beings.

    Prix : 35,87 €

    • Symposium

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : full cast
    • Durée : 2 h et 32 min
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    The Greek word sumposion means a drinking party (a fact shamefully ignored by the organizers of modern symposia), and the party described in Plato's Symposium is one supposedly given in the year 416 BC by the playwright Agathon to celebrate his victory in the dramatic festival of the Lenaea. He has already given one party, the previous evening; this second party is for a select group of friends, and host and guests alike are feeling a little frail.

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : full cast
    • Durée : 2 h et 32 min
    • Date de publication : 10/02/2006
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    Prix : 15,24 €

    • What's the Big Idea?: Plato's Crito

    • What's the Big Idea?, Book 2
    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : David L. Stanley
    • Durée : 37 min
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    Plato's Crito is a dialogue between an imprisoned Socrates and Crito, a wealthy Athenian who has formulated and financed a plan for Socrates to escape and live in exile. Socrates had been put on trial and was convicted of impiety and corrupting youth, resulting in a sentence of death. In this dialogue, Crito visits Socrates in prison and explains why Socrates must escape with him to freedom. Socrates answers each of Crito's arguments, telling him why he has to remain in prison and await his fate.

    Prix : 3,55 €

    • Trials & Tribulations of Modesty Greene: A Fictional Novel About Harriet Tubman's Historical Legacy

    • De : DW Plato
    • Lu par : Tishelle Peterson, Nene Nwoko, Machelle Williams
    • Durée : 6 h et 34 min
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    In 1789, Mo’destee Vert was a Senegambia teenager in love and happier than ever as she prepard to become an adult. Everything changed when white strangers speaking a foreign language attacked her village. After a grueling voyage across the ocean, she found herself labeled Modesty Greene, slave. She became the property of Robert Banks, a plantation owner in Dorchester County, Maryland. At night, she dreamed of her home in Africa. She longed to see her brother and parents, but mostly, she missed the man that never became her husband.

    Prix : 17,91 €

    • What's the Big Idea? Plato's Apology

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : David L. Stanley
    • Durée : 1 h et 12 min
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    What’s the big idea? To Socrates, living according to his values was more important than life itself. Plato’s Apology is in three parts: Socrates’ personal defense in his trial for impiety and corrupting the young, his plea before being sentenced, and his address to the jurors after he was condemned to death. This audiobook includes an introduction, telling who Socrates was and how he came to be on trial for his life before his fellow Athenians.

    Prix : 6,24 €

    • Plato Collection: The Republic, the Apology, Crito, and Symposium

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Kevin Kollins
    • Durée : 17 h et 11 min
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    This audiobook contains Plato's most notable books, narrated brilliantly by Kevin Kollins. The works contained in this audiobook include The Republic, The Apology, Crito, and Symposium. Enjoy these four amazing philosophical works that have stood the test of time. 

    Prix : 22,40 €

    • Critias

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Joy Hayward
    • Durée : 37 min
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    Plato's dialogue, Critias, recalls the story of Atlantis attempting to conquer Athens. In ancient times, the Earth was divide by the gods - and gods tended the humans in their allotment as shepherds. Atlantis, allotted to Poseidon, becomes corrupt over time, and Zeus must take matters into his own hands.

    Prix : 2,51 €

    • Glue

    • Dacia's Diary, Book 1
    • De : DW Plato
    • Lu par : Danni Catanese
    • Durée : 5 h et 38 min
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    Dacia thinks she's escaping a miserable life with her emotionally abusive husband only to get caught up in a world filled with meth and sex. The drugs coursing through her veins keep her closely tied to the men and women who will certainly be her demise. Being convinced she is in control of her drug addiction leads her into making a series of wrong choices that put her on a path she never expected. 

    • Dacia's Diary, Book 1
    • De : DW Plato
    • Lu par : Danni Catanese
    • Durée : 5 h et 38 min
    • Date de publication : 18/07/2018
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    Prix : 17,91 €

    • The Allegory of the Cave

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Joesph Kent
    • Durée : 1 h et 2 min
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    The Allegory of the Cave, or Plato's Cave, was presented by the Greek philosopher Plato to compare "[T]he effect of education and the lack of it on our nature". It is written as a dialogue between Plato's brother Glaucon and his mentor, Socrates, narrated by the latter. 

    Prix : 6,24 €

    • The Apology of Socrates

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Brian Kelly
    • Durée : 1 h et 15 min
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    "The Apology" (of Socrates) is Plato's version of the speech given by Socrates as he defends himself against the charges of being a man "who corrupted the young, did not believe in the gods, and created new deities."

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    • 100 quotes by Plato in Chinese Mandarin

    • 中文普通话名言佳句100 - 中文普通話名言佳句100 [Best quotes in Chinese Mandarin]
    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Lucie Teng Duvert
    • Durée : 27 min
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    Alfred North Whitehead once noted: "the safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato". Plato is indeed considered the most pivotal figure in the development of philosophy, along with his teacher, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle. But his writings are often light, fresh and funny; it was Plato who invented the dialogue in philosophy, which makes a point very easy to follow and the occasion of various scenic arrangements.

    Prix : 2,95 €

    • Gorgias

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Jeff Moon
    • Durée : 3 h et 12 min
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    Gorgias is a Socratic dialogue written by Plato around 380 BC. The dialogue depicts a conversation between Socrates and a small group of sophists at a dinner gathering. Socrates debates with the sophist seeking the true definition of rhetoric, attempting to pinpoint the essence of rhetoric and unveil the flaws of the sophistic oratory popular in Athens at the time. The art of persuasion was widely considered necessary for political and legal advantage in classical Athens, and rhetoricians promoted themselves as teachers of this fundamental skill. 

    • De : Plato
    • Lu par : Jeff Moon
    • Durée : 3 h et 12 min
    • Date de publication : 11/05/2018
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    Prix : 13,42 €

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