Plato Essay | Transition Into Indifference

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Transition Into Indifference

Summary: Describes how three philosophers; Plato, Fernando Savater, and Pierre Hadot explain an individuals transition from a particular and personal frame of mind, into one of universal nature.
Probably the greatest achievement in philosophy is for an individual to acknowledge the universal nature of the thing he desires to understand. The true form of an object is the universal nature of that object. The true form of an object, such as love, should remain constant throughout infinite perceptions of that object, such that two people will acknowledge the same form of that object at any point in time. Sure, people may experiences many types of love, as depicted in the phrase "love is in the eye of the beholder", but many philosophers will believe that the nature of love can be synonymous amongst all people. The form that the philosophers are looking for is an idea or recognition of love that coincides with its true objective form. But how does a philosopher reach this level of understanding? How does he transition himself from a personal...

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