The Chariot: Plato’s Concept of the Lover’s Soul in Phaedrus

Plato recorded Socrates’s teachings, chiefly his conceptualizations of the soul. In Phaedrus, Socrates imagines the pederastic lover’s soul as a chariot, tripartitioned into the charioteer, right horse, and left horse.

The Chariot: Plato’s Concept of the Lover’s Soul in Phaedrus

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