Plato’s ‘Real World’
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1. The real world, attainable to the wise, the pious, the virtuous man — he dwells in it, he is it.
(Oldest form of the idea, relatively sensible, simple, convincing. Transcription of the proposition ‘I Plato, am the truth’).1
KeywordsReal World Logical Limit Fourth Kind Ultimate Fact Personal Vision
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