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Courage and the soul in Plato

@inproceedings{Mawby2006CourageAT,
  title={Courage and the soul in Plato},
  author={Helen Margaret Clare Mawby},
  year={2006}
}
In the Introduction I briefly lay out the history of the value terms that I will be considering in my thesis and consider the philosophical relevance of the development of such values in the 5th century. The infiltration of modern ideas of morality into what was considered to be good to the Greeks has a great influence on the literature and philosophy of this period. Plato prioritises these quiet moral virtues, but also tries to hang on to some of what had come before, and thus faces… Expand

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