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  1. Plato and Platonism .— I. LIFE OF PLATO.—Plato ( Muirwv, the broadshouldered) was born at Athens in 428 or 427 B.C. He came of an aristocratic and wealthy family, although some writers represented him as having felt the stress of poverty. Doubtless he profited by the educational facilities afforded young men of his class at Athens.

  2. plato and platonism° The influence exercised by the Greek philosopher Plato on posterity both directly and through his interpreters was enormous and has been detailed in a vast literature. The direct influence of Plato on Jewish circles is much less pervasive.

  3. 04/01/2022 · But the factual, religious, and moral ideas of the Christian faith long predate Plato, show no evidence of being influenced by Plato, and are not dependent on him or his writings. In short, Platonism indirectly affected Christianity by providing two things: a common style of logical discourse and an opposing worldview to which Christianity could be presented as an alternative.

  4. In this volume, a distinguished group of philosophers aims to offer fresh insight into Platonic studies. Combining research with analysis, the authors present 14 essays on various dimensions of...

  5. “By Platonism,” the author clarifies, “is meant not Neo-Platonism of any kind, but the leading principles of Plato’s doctrine, which I have tried to see in close connexion with himself as he is presented in his own writings.”

  6. Plato , (born 428/427, Athens, Greece—died 348/347 bc, Athens), Greek philosopher, who with his teacher Socrates and his student Aristotle laid the philosophical foundations of Western culture. His family was highly distinguished; his father claimed descent from the last king of Athens, and his mother was related to Critias and Charmides, extremist leaders of the oligarchic terror of 404.