Plato´s Dialogue, “The Symposium”: “On Platonic Love and The Myth of the Androgyne”.-

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We might search for our divided part, as I. And mine might be you, Amalia, though, if I meet you once somewhere, sometime, no guarantee for the Platonic love 😉 ❤ :* Great post again ❤ ❤

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♠Plato´s Dialogue, “The Symposium”:

“On Platonic Love and The Myth of the Androgyne”:

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“The Symposium” ( Συμπόσιον) is a dialogue by Plato dated c. 385–380 BC. 

Plato sets the action in a symposium hosted by the poet Agathon to celebrate his first victory in a dramatic competition, the Dionysia of 416 BC. Each man must deliver an encomiun, a speech in praise of Love (Eros).   Each participant, by means of very personal expositions, adds something to a body that at the end is developed by Socrates. 

The dialogue concerns itself at one level with the genesis, purpose and nature of love, and (in latter-day interpretations) is the origin of the concept of Platonic Love

Platonic love is a type of Love that is chaste and non-sexual. This idea is also examined in this dialogue. Of particular importance is the speech of Socrates, relating the ideas attributed to the prophetess Diotima, which present love as…

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21 thoughts on “Plato´s Dialogue, “The Symposium”: “On Platonic Love and The Myth of the Androgyne”.-

  1. Woman suffer more in such hands…and often they suffer defeat, revenge and so much more of unnecessary pain….and then woman are done with such stuffs….mostly…so the winds change and the ship sets sail in different directions and dimensions often too late to move anywhere they were before that point of time

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  2. Thanks so much for the share, my friend….
    🙌🤗 Platonic love might come in many ways, I guess … it has to do with feeling someone else completes you, as the Myth goes, hence I tend to believe one could have more than a soulmate, in the platonic sense. 👍🤗 sending love and best wishes 😘

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