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246: Biting the Hand

There is ample evidence in Ruskin’s works demonstrating his love of Plato. All his life, once he had discovered how brilliant the Greek master was, he read. re-read. and recommended Plato. Among his favorite dialogues, hardly surprisingly, was the magisterial … Continue reading

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