Plato’s Seventh Letter, Phaedrus, and Laws
Plato says
in the Seventh Letter that Dionysius
had supposedly ‘written about what he heard from me’ ( gegraphenai auton peri h ȏn tote ȇ kouen , 341b3-4). He therefore set out to
prove that what he told Dionysius cannot be expressed in writing. He conclude...
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