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Plato

Symposium

Socratic dialogue written by Xenophon in the late 360's B.C. In it, Socrates and a few of his companions attend a symposium hosted by Kallias for the young man Autolykos.
112 printed pages
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Benjamin Jowett

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    yoooohas quoted2 years ago
    The love of Achilles, like that of Alcestis, was courageous and true; for he was willing to avenge his lover Patroclus, although he knew that his own death would immediately follow: and the gods, who honour the love of the beloved above that of the lover, rewarded him, and sent him to the islands of the blest.
    yoooohas quoted2 years ago
    death would immediately follow
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    clus, although he knew that his own

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