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Plato’s Dialogue Form and the Care of the Soul
Moes (philosophy, Grand Valley State U.) joins the investigation, ongoing since ancient Greece, into why Plato wrote mostly in dramatic dialogue between philosophers (usually Socrates) andExpand
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Vanadate-sensitive phosphatidate phosphohydrolase activity in a purified rabbit kidney Na,K-ATPase preparation.
Reconstitution of purified rabbit kidney Na,K-ATPase in phosphatidylcholine/phosphatidic acid liposomes resulted in the absence of ATP in a time-, temperature- and protein-dependent formation ofExpand
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Plato. Ion. Or On the Iliad
The Soul of Socrates
Socrates on the "Greatest Things" in the APOLOGY