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  1. Phaedrus has just left Lysias, son of Cephalus, a well known rhetorician and his lover, who gave a speech on love. Socrates convinces Phaedrus to share its details in a discourse. They analyze the content of the speech and the manner in which it is written.
  2. Prologue THE way of writing Esop chose, Sound doctrine by example shows; For nothing by these tales is meant So much as that the bad repent; And by the pattern that is set, Due diligence itself should whet. Wherefore, whatever arch conceit You in our narratives shall meet (If with the critic's ear it take, And for some special purpose make), Aspires by real use to fame, Rather than from an.
  3. Prologue. WHAT from the founder Esop fell, In neat familiar verse I tell: Twofold's the genius of the page, To make you smile and make you sage. But if the critics we displease, By wrangling brutes and talking trees, Let them remember, ere they blame, We're working neither sin nor shame; 'Tis but a play to form the youth By fiction, in the cause of truth.
  4. May 26,  · Plato's Phaedrus: A Commentary for Greek Readers (Volume 47) (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture) Paul Ryan. Paperback. $ An Introduction to the Composition and Analysis of Greek Prose Eleanor Dickey. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ Usually ships within 1 .
  5. The Phaedrus discusses in particular the fourth kind of madness, which is the madness of love, or eros. Eros. Plato’s Republic treats eros as a dangerous but important part of the philosopher’s soul.
  6. Phaedrus the Epicurean: Phaedrus (/ˈfiːdrəs, ˈfɛdrəs/; Greek: Φαῖδρος; – 70/69 BC) was an Epicurean philosopher. He was the head (scholarch) of the Epicurean school in Athens after the death of Zeno of Sidon around 75 BC, until his own death in 70 or 69 BC.
  7. The philosopher Socrates encounters Phaedrus, a young student of rhetoric, outside the Athens city he learns that Phaedrus has just come from hearing Lysias, a famous orator, Socrates is interested in hearing Lysias’s speech for himself. He persuades Phaedrus, who’s carrying a copy of Lysias’s speech, to read it aloud.
  8. Phaedrus (c. 15 BC – c. 50 AD), Roman fabulist, was probably a Thracian slave, born in Pydna of Macedonia (Roman province) and lived in the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula and Claudius. He is recognized as the first writer to Latinize entire books of fables, retelling in .

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