Phaedrus

by

Plato

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The Soul-Chariot’s Horses

In Phaedrus, Socrates famously introduces the metaphor of the soul as a winged chariot that’s guided by two horses representing, in turn, the noblest and basest human impulses: one of the horses is good…

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