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Philebus

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By: (427? BC - 347? BC)

Philebus is a thought-provoking philosophical dialogue that delves deep into the nature of pleasure, knowledge, and the ultimate good. The conversation between Philebus and Socrates is engaging and intellectually stimulating, challenging readers to critically examine their own perspectives on happiness and fulfillment.

The dialogue raises important questions about the relationship between pleasure and wisdom, highlighting the complexities of human desires and the pursuit of a well-lived life. The philosophical arguments presented are both intricate and compelling, pushing readers to reevaluate their own beliefs about what truly constitutes a good life.

Overall, Philebus is a thought-provoking read that will appeal to anyone interested in exploring the nature of happiness, knowledge, and the pursuit of the ultimate good. It is a classic work of philosophy that continues to inspire deep reflection and discussion on what it means to live a truly fulfilling life.

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Philebus (ΦΙΛΗΒΟΣ) discusses pleasure, wisdom, soul and God.


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