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FC: Plato 427-347 B.C.E | Tyler Ventura

1: One way that Plato pursued the truth was by teaching his ideas in his school, "The Academy."

2: This is an image of Plato teaching a group of people about his ideas of the truth.

3: This is a bust of Plato that was made after his death to celebrate his pursuit of the truth.

4: Plato was started on his journey pursuing the truth by his teacher, Socrates.

5: Plato lived during the Golden Age of Athens, which was the same time that many other famous Greeks were also pursuing the truth in their own ways.

6: Plato taught all of his and Socrates ideas to Aristotle, who in turn taught Alexander the Great.

7: Plato completed his teachers journey in pursuing the truth by writing down all of Socrates ideas after he died.

8: This is one of Plato's later works, after he had finished writing Socrates ideas and was writing and teaching his own.

9: This is an image of statue of Plato and a page from one of his works. He wrote 33 different works in his pursuit of the truth.

10: There were many benefits of Plato's pursuit of the truth was that he was able to enlighten others in his teaching of his ideas. Another positive consequence of his pursuit of the truth was that he was able to learn from his students as he was teaching them

11: There were also negative consequences of Plato's pursuit of the truth. One negative consequence is that he is often considered to have taken credit for his teacher, Socrates, work.

12: Overall, I feel that this project was a successful project. One thing that went well with the project was I did not have too many problems with the “Mixbook” program. Another thing that went well was that the assignment was not too difficult to complete because of the “Mixbook” program. One thing that did not go well was that I feel that given more experience with the program I would have been able to create a more professional looking final product. Also, it took me a long time to understand what the rubric was asking for, which made the project difficult.

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