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1. The artists in Plato's time moved away from his theories and art tends to be a mixture of naturalism with stylization.

2. In this statement he is taking existentia and essentia according to their metaphysical meaning, which, from Plato's time on, has said that essentia precedes existentia.

3. In this statement he is taking existentia and essentia according to their metaphysical meaning, which, from Plato's time on, has said that essentia precedes existentia.

4. However, at Athens, "in Plato's time," notes Kenneth Dorter "there was a discrepancy in the list of the twelve chief gods, as to whether Hestia or Dionysus was included with the other eleven.

5. Diogenes Laërtius reported that there were seven individuals who were held in high esteem for their wisdom well before Plato's time.

6. By a decree of the oracle of Dodona, which required the Athenians to grant land for a shrine or temple, her cult was introduced into Attica by immigrant Thracian residents, and, though Thracian and Athenian processions remained separate, both cult and festival became so popular that in Plato's time (c. 429–13 BC) its festivities were naturalised as an official ceremony of the Athenian city-state, called the Bendideia.

7. By a decree of the oracle of Dodona, which required the Athenians to grant land for a shrine or temple her cult was introduced into Attica by immigrant Thracian residents, and, though Thracian and Athenian processions remained separate, both cult and festival became so popular that in Plato's time (c. 429-413 BCE) its festivities were naturalized as an official ceremonial of the city-state, called the Bendideia.

8. Eros, understood in this sense, differed considerably from the common meaning of the word in the Greek language of Plato's time.

9. The origin of the Platonic Year would seem to have no connection with the precession of the equinoxes as this was unknown in Plato's time.

10. Like the water clocks (clepsydra) of Plato's time, they were not regarded as playthings but might have had a particular significance in Greek philosophy, which made use of models and simulacra of this type.

11. Hubbard utilizes both schools of thought when these seem pertinent to the ancient texts, pp. 2–20. During Plato's time there were some people who were of the opinion that homosexual sex was shameful in any circumstances.

12. Moving on from Plato's time to the Renaissance, the argument sprung up over which form was superior.

13. It did not, at least during Plato's time, charge fees for membership.

14. In at least Plato's time, the school did not have any particular doctrine to teach;

15. Cherniss concluded: "The external evidence for the nature of the Academy in Plato's time is extremely slight …" Taran summarized Cherniss's later work: Cherniss's own work after the Second World War was in breadth and quality as exact, remarkable, and original as his earlier work.

16. Wind also notes the repeated historical coincidence – in Greece at Plato's time and in Italy during the Renaissance – of peaks in artistic accomplishment with political turmoil and breakdown.

17. Eros, understood in this sense, differed considerably from the common meaning of the word in the Greek language of Plato's time.

18. The Epistles focus mostly on Plato's time in Syracuse and his influence on the political figures Dion and Dionysius.

19. Besides what we may infer from the dialogues, we have one or two statements resting on the authority of Hermodoros, who was a member of the Academy in Plato’s time, and these give us certain fixed points to start from.

20. The Canadian communications scholar, Harold Innis argued that a balance between the spoken word and writing contributed to the cultural and intellectual vitality of ancient Greece in Plato's time.

21. Shortly after Plato's time his meaning apparently did not cause puzzlement as Aristotle's casual remark attests.

22. There are two references to Leodamas in Proclus's Commentary on Euclid: "At this time [Plato's time] also lived Leodamas of Thasos, Archytas of Tarentum, and Theaetetus of Athens, by whom the.

23. In the nearly six centuries from Plato's time to Plotinus', there had been an uninterrupted tradition of interpreting Plato which had begun with Aristotle and with the immediate successors of Plato's academy and continued on through a period of Platonism which is now referred to as Middle Platonism.

24. In this statement he is taking existentia and essentia according to their metaphysical meaning, which, from Plato's time on, has said that essentia precedes existentia.

25. Sophists in Plato’s time were men who used philosophy for profit, inventing moral loopholes to get people out of obligations, or to excuse what would otherwise be considered immoral behavior.

26. People have always wanted philosophers to provide digestible wisdom, yet it is as true now as it was in Plato's time that disciplined thinking is hard.