Allegory of the Cave (Plato)

Allegory of the Cave (Plato): Selected full-text books and articles

Republic By Plato; C. D. C. Reeve Hackett, 2004
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Republic By Plato; Robin Waterfield Oxford University Press, 1994
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The Republic of Plato By Plato; Francis MacDonald Cornford Oxford University Press, 1945
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FREE! The Republic; The Statesman of Plato By Plato; Henry Davis; George Burges M. Walter Dunne, 1901
Librarian's tip: Translated by Henry Davis
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The Dialogues of Plato By Plato; B. Jowett Random House, vol.1, 1937
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Plato: Phaedrus, Ion, Gorgias, and Symposium, with Passages from the Republic and Laws By Plato; Lane Cooper Oxford University Press, 1938
Librarian's tip: Translated by Lane Cooper
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The Collected Dialogues of Plato, Including the Letters By Plato; Edith Hamilton; Huntington Cairns Pantheon books, 1961
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Classical Thought By Terence Irwin Oxford University Press, 1989
Badiou and Plato: An Education by Truths By A. J. Bartlett Edinburgh University Press, 2011
Plato on the Human Paradox By Robert J. O'Connell Fordham University Press, 1997
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