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About: Philosopher, Born in Athens c. 428–427 BC, Died in Athens c. 348–347 BC (aged c. 80)

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" Plato "tripartite soul" consists of the appetitive (id), spirited (superego), and rational (ego) parts. In The Republic, he claims the perfect government reflects the human soul, being made up of three parts: The masses, merchants and laborers, are the appetitive/id. They have a free market, always seek to satisfy their personal desires, and want as much freedom as possible. The Military is the spirited/superego, and seeks to maintain order and the rule of law. The government, which in Plat"

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"Platonic adj. of or associated with the Greek philosopher Plato or his ideas. Platonism n. the philosophy of Plato or his followers, especially that relating to Plato's theory or 'ideas' or 'forms', in which abstract entities ('universals') are contrasted with their objects ('particulars') in the material world. > the theory that numbers or other abstract objects are objective, timeless entities, independent of the physical world and of the symbols used to represent them. -DERIVATIVES Platonist"

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