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Greek philosophy, from 6th century BCE onward, profoundly influenced Western thought through reason, inquiry, and a thirst for truth.
1. “The Republic” by Plato
Socratic dialogues on an ideal society, philosopher-kings, human soul, and the importance of education and virtue."
2. “The Apology” by Plato
"The Apology" depicts Socrates defending his beliefs, promoting wisdom and self-examination, but ends with his conviction and unwavering commitment to his principles.
3. “The Symposium” by Plato
delves into love's complexity at an ancient Greek gathering, led by Socrates, who sees it as a path to higher knowledge and connection beyond emotion.
4. “Phaedo” by Plato
"Phaedo" depicts Socrates' final day, discussing soul's immortality, Forms, and the essence of existence.
5. “Nicomachean Ethics” by Aristotle
Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics" explores virtues, reason in ethics, and eudaimonia. It's a foundational text in ethical philosophy.
6. “De Anima” by Aristotle
Aristotle's "De Anima" explores the soul's nature, cognition, and influence on Western philosophy and psychology.
7. “Poetics” by Aristotle
Aristotle's "Poetics" is a classic in literary theory, dissecting poetry and highlighting tragedy's emotional power through plot, character, and language.
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