Everything you need to understand or teach Symposium by Plato.
Apollodorus tells the story of a drinking party or symposium that occurs long ago. Socrates and Aristodemus go to a party given for Agathon, since Agathon has just won a contest for the performance of his tragedy. The men there talk and drink and then decide that each should give a speech in praise of the god, Love.
Phaedrus first gives a speech. He tells about the courage that a lover and his...
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