Plato and the True Philosopher

Plato and the True Philosopher

“The true philosopher is the person who has had the mental, emotional, and gut-level experience of truth. There is no need to encourage such a philosopher to continue his studies; the difficulty well be in getting him to do anything else.”

J. M. Reynolds, ‘When Athens Met Jerusalem‘ (p. 77)

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