Basic data

  1. Aristokles Alternative Names
  2. Between January 1, 428 BCE and December 31, 427 BCE
  3. Between January 1, 348 BCE and December 31, 347 BCE
  4. Philosoph
  5. Athen


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Diogenes Laertius is a principal source for the history of ancient Greek philosophy. (Source: Wikimedia)
Through his mother, Plato was related to Solon. (Source: Wikimedia)
Speusippus was Plato's nephew. (Source: Wikimedia)
Plato was a wrestler (Source: Wikimedia)
Plato in his academy, drawing after a painting by Swedish painter Carl Johan Wahlbom (Source: Wikimedia)
Bust of Pythagoras in Rome. (Source: Wikimedia)
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A detail of Spinoza monument in Amsterdam. (Source: Wikimedia)
Heraclitus (1628) by Hendrick ter Brugghen (Source: Wikimedia)
Bust of Parmenides from Velia (Source: Wikimedia)
Bust of Socrates at the Louvre. (Source: Wikimedia)
The "windmill proof" of the Pythagorean theorem found in Euclid's Elements. (Source: Wikimedia)
What is justice? (Source: Wikimedia)
A Venn diagram illustrating the classical theory of knowledge. (Source: Wikimedia)
Oxyrhynchus Papyri, with fragment of Plato's Republic (Source: Wikimedia)
Bust excavated at the Villa of the Papyri, possibly of Dionysus, Plato or Poseidon. (Source: Wikimedia)
The Death of Socrates (1787), by Jacques-Louis David (Source: Wikimedia)
Plato's Allegory of the Cave by Jan Saenredam, according to Cornelis van Haarlem, 1604, Albertina, Vienna (Source: Wikimedia)
Painting of a scene from Plato's Symposium (Anselm Feuerbach, 1873) (Source: Wikimedia)
Volume 3, pp. 32–33, of the 1578 Stephanus edition of Plato, showing a passage of Timaeus with the Latin translation and notes of Jean de Serres (Source: Wikimedia)
First page of the Euthyphro, from the Clarke Plato (Codex Oxoniensis Clarkianus 39), 895 AD. The text is Greek minuscule. (Source: Wikimedia)
Plato (left) and Aristotle (right) a detail of The School of Athens, a fresco by Raphael. Aristotle gestures to the earth while holding a copy of his Nicomachean Ethics in his hand. Plato holds his Timaeus and gestures to the heavens. (Source: Wikimedia)
"The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato." (Alfred North Whitehead, Process and Reality, 1929). (Source: Wikimedia)
Bildnis von Plato, 1601/1750 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis von Plato, Heyer, Georg Friedrich - 1793 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)

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