The Greatest Contributor to Philosophy
Plato was born into an established and wealthy Athenian household, which gave him a political background, as well as many political connections. Because of these connections, he was given the opportunity and privilege to see numerous people, places, and situations. Such circumstances gave Plato wisdom and experience, which he reflected upon and shared with others from his society. It is believed that Plato, student of Socrates, was one of the
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