This person is very critical of law because he feels it goes against the order of nature.
This person engages in the discussion to learn the art of rhetoric but begins to explain his values of justice and harmony.
This person attempts to educate the other characters about the art of rhetoric.
This person is youthful, full of vigor, but abuses his freedom of speech, making anything he says irrelevant.
This person's role in the conversation is to use his skills to emulate his teacher's manner of speaking and support his arguments.
This person greatly influenced modern drama with his plays Alcestis, Medea, Electra, and the Bacchae.
This person regarded air and infinity as the principle of living things, excluding Mind from the world creation.
This person is a character in Lysistrata, which was written by Aristophanes.
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