By Norman Gulley

First released in 1962, this publication offers a scientific account of the advance of Plato’s conception of information. starting with a attention of the Socratic and different affects which made up our minds the shape during which the matter of information first provided itself to Plato, the writer then works in the course of the dialogues from the Meno to the legislation and examines intimately Plato’s revolutionary makes an attempt to resolve the matter.

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