Most people think of the stars as having no mind because their motion is repetitive d.
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This however is a mistake, as it's for this very reason that the starts are intelligent, enough to always travel in the same course e. Considering their size, the stars are not what they appear but are actually immense, in a similar way that the sun appears small but is in fact larger than the earth a.
The Athenian continues by enumerating the eight planets known to the Greeks. He continues by saying that while the Greeks got their knowledge of astronomy from other nations, only they turned it into real knowledge, thus honouring the gods better e.
There is also hope that in the future, more knowledge will be acquired, and so mankind will approach the gods even more by understanding it. And so, it is only through that knowledge, the real nature of the universe that mankind can achieve virtue, while even thr worst will be somewhat restrained from their evil c.
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The Epinomis forms part of the traditional canon of Plato's works for example, it is included in the ninth and last of the Thrasyllan tetralogies. Unlike the other doubtful dialogues but like those Epistles that are spurious , the Epinomis , if it is not the genuine work of Plato, is a literary forgery.
The authenticity of Epinomis has also been questioned on the grounds of its philosophical content. Gerard Ledger's stylometric analysis of Plato's works supports the authenticity of Epinomis , finding statistical similarities between this dialogue and Laws , Philebus , Sophist , and Timaeus as well as the Seventh Letter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Slings, Plato: Clitophon Cambridge, , p.
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