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Greek philosopher, 427-347 B.C.
platonic love - a love in which there is no sexual desire.
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In both occurrences the passage represents Montaigne's skepticism as a phenomenon characteristic of the modern age, but in Plato and Platonism it is also associated with the skeptical tendencies of Plato's thought.
The two principal projects of Pater's late period were the lecture series Plato and Platonism and the unfinished historical fiction Gaston de Latour.
She states in her last chapter (before the Afterword) that Plato and Platonism is "dominated by the anagogic mind that 'comprehends' all the divided forms of life in time" (281), which seems to me an unaccountable interpretation.