Gorgias by Plato

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by Plato

Philosophy Socratic dialogue Rhetoric vs. Philosophy Justice Virtue Power

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158
ESTIMATED TIME
4 hours 57 minutes
PACE
Intermediate
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED
-380
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
Ancient Greek
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Gorgias is a dialogue written by Plato in 320 B.C.

This edition of Gorgias is based on Benjamin Jowett translation.

Socrates: Come, then, and let us see what we really mean about rhetoric; for I do not know what my own meaning is as yet. When the assembly meets to elect a physician or a shipwright or any other craftsman, will the rhetorician be taken into counsel? Surely not.

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