Origins

Plato was an human born in 423 BC.[1]

Works

Plato became a famed philosopher.[1]

He was the first (for modern knowledge) to describe Atlantis, "the Island of Atlas".[2]

Plato mentioned the work of Empedocles in his own.[3]

The Eternal Makkari was tutored by Plato,[1] who was his philosophy professor. He kept a terracotta statute that Plato gave him for thousands of years.[4]

Death and Legacy

Plato died in 348 BC.[1]

His followers developed in their philosophy the concept of macrocosm and microcosm, which is an example in western culture of the theory of interconnectedness.[5]



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