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Imitation as an Influence

Imitation is defined as “a result or product of imitating” or “the action of using someone or something as a model.” Earlier Plato’s Republic, Socrates and Adeimantus were discussing what to allow in their created State and what to prohibit. 232 more words

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London love 

This City is what it is because our citizens are what they are – Plato

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Plato - Teaching Us Values Long Before Jesus

Plato (428/427 or 424/423 – 348/347 BCE) is a good example that we do not need to be divinely inspired in order to be wise or have real and meaningful values.

Atheism

Plato harmonises vinyl and digital sounds for audiophiles

Trying to reinvigorate the reputation of Britain’s entertainment media hardware reputation, Newbury startup Entotem has announced the forthcoming release of its Plato Home Entertainment System. The system cashes in on the growing retro-love of vinyl but gives it a digital age twist. 402 more words

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365 Days of Gratitude - Day 112

Jazz in the park…

For a free laid back summer concert, for dinner on a blanket, for sharing it with friends!

“Music is a moral law. 30 more words

Clarification of Imitation

Earlier in their pursuit of a perfect State, Socrates and Adeimantus were discussing the subjects of poetry and what to prohibit in their State. “Enough of the subjects of poetry:” Socrates moved on, “let us now speak of the style; and when this has been considered, both matter and manner will have been completely treated.” After reading this you may raise multiple questions: “Style? 506 more words

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Divided: The Movie

Why are 80% of youth are leaving today’s Church? Where did the idea of Sunday School and Youth Ministry originate and what fruit has it borne? 14 more words