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Plato,

Greek philosopher, 427-347 B.C.
platonic love - a love in which there is no sexual desire.
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However, if Ion was written first, Plato definitely must have changed his mind about art.
Worse, Plato tends to spew a few words backwards, calling his dachshund "Allebasi" instead of "Isabella.
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Hadot's examinations of Plato and of Aristotle are not as satisfying.