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Single Vision - The intelligible heart of philosophy

The unity of the Platonic vision rediscovered

“Those who admire every thing which has real being, are to be called philosophers.” Socrates, the Republic.

There is a popular opinion that Plato is in some sense a man of dualistic vision, seeing all things as divided or opposed or separated. But this can hardly be the case in reality, as an unbiased appreciation of his writings readily reveals, thus Socrates says “For, O excellent young man, to endeavour to separate everything from everything, is both inelegant, and the province of one rude and destitute of philosophy.” (The Sophist) This lecture will be an initial exploration of truth, as the single foundation of all genuine philosophic endeavour and love.


Mr Guy Wyndham-Jones | talks | www


Date and Time:

15 March 2011 at 7:30 pm


1 hour



New Acropolis
19 Compton Terrace
N1 2UN
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Organised by:

The Prometheus Trust
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Available from:

The Administrator, The Prometheus Trust, info@prometheustrust.co.uk or phone 01373 825808

Additional Information:

No need to book in advance, but this can also be done through New Acropolis. 19 Compton Terrace,
N1 2UN
Telephone: 0207 359 0059

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