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❰Download❯ ➻ Symposium Author Plato – Hostingencolombia.co The Greek word sumposion means a drinking party a fact shamefully ignored by the organizers of modern symposia and the party described in Plato's Symposium is one supposedly given in the year 416 BC bThe Greek word sumposion means a drinking party a fact shamefully ignored by the organizers of modern symposia and the party described in Plato's Symposium is one supposedly given in the year 416 BC by the playwright Agathon to celebrate his victory in the dramatic festival of the Lenaea He has already given one party the previous evening this second party is for a select group of friends and host and guests alike are feeling a little frail They decide to forego heavy drinking and concentrate on conversation The subject of their conversation is Eros the god of sexual loveSymposium was written around 384 BC and many would regard it as Plato's finest dialogue from an artistic point of view and the most enjoyable to read or listen to There are many reasons for this including the keyhole glimpse it gives us of Athenian society the role played in the dialogue by Socrates the description of what has come to be known as Platonic love and the characterization of the speakers The CastDavid Shaw Parker as Socrates Tim Bentinck as ApollodorusAlcibiades Andrew Branch as Aristodemus Daniel Flynn as Agathon Gordon Griffin as PausaniasFriend Hayward Morse as Phaedrus Christopher Scott as EryximachusServant Susan Sheridan as Diotima David Timson as Aristophanes Daniel Flynn as Presenter PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

The Greek word sumposion means a drinking party a fact shamefully ignored by the organizers of modern symposia and the party described in Plato's Symposium is one supposedly given in the year 416 BC by the playwright Agathon to celebrate his victory in the dramatic festival of the Lenaea He has already given one party the previous evening this second party is for a select group of friends and host and guests alike are feeling a little frail They decide to forego heavy drinking and concentrate on conversation The subject of their conversation is Eros the god of sexual loveSymposium was written around 384 BC and many would regard it as Plato's finest dialogue from an artistic point of view and the most enjoyable to read or listen to There are many reasons for this including the keyhole glimpse it gives us of Athenian society the role played in the dialogue by Socrates the description of what has come to be known as Platonic love and the characterization of the speakers The CastDavid Shaw Parker as Socrates Tim Bentinck as ApollodorusAlcibiades Andrew Branch as Aristodemus Daniel Flynn as Agathon Gordon Griffin as PausaniasFriend Hayward Morse as Phaedrus Christopher Scott as EryximachusServant Susan Sheridan as Diotima David Timson as Aristophanes Daniel Flynn as Presenter PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

symposium ebok Symposium PDFThe Greek word sumposion means a drinking party a fact shamefully ignored by the organizers of modern symposia and the party described in Plato's Symposium is one supposedly given in the year 416 BC by the playwright Agathon to celebrate his victory in the dramatic festival of the Lenaea He has already given one party the previous evening this second party is for a select group of friends and host and guests alike are feeling a little frail They decide to forego heavy drinking and concentrate on conversation The subject of their conversation is Eros the god of sexual loveSymposium was written around 384 BC and many would regard it as Plato's finest dialogue from an artistic point of view and the most enjoyable to read or listen to There are many reasons for this including the keyhole glimpse it gives us of Athenian society the role played in the dialogue by Socrates the description of what has come to be known as Platonic love and the characterization of the speakers The CastDavid Shaw Parker as Socrates Tim Bentinck as ApollodorusAlcibiades Andrew Branch as Aristodemus Daniel Flynn as Agathon Gordon Griffin as PausaniasFriend Hayward Morse as Phaedrus Christopher Scott as EryximachusServant Susan Sheridan as Diotima David Timson as Aristophanes Daniel Flynn as Presenter PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

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