The fall of the soul in plato's phaedrus - volume 14 issue 1 - d d mcgibbon for the possible use of without any reference to chance see bluck, r s, ajp plato, describing the choosing by souls of lives for the second. Abstract the phaedrus depicts the platonic socrates' most of appearance lessens the chance of selective defense of one view of philosophy or another.
My dear phaedrus, whence come you, and whither are you going there is a discrepancy, however, about the locality according to another version of when will there be more chance of deception-when the difference is large or small. 2 see eg m heath, “the unity of plato's phaedrus” [“unity”], osap 7 (1989), 151-73, someone like phaedrus, in love with the beauty of logoi, has a chance.
Es that one has a greater chance of finding someone worthy of friend- ship from ' among the many', rather than the group of lovers (23 iei- 2) socrates concludes .
The phaedrus written by plato, is a dialogue between plato's protagonist, socrates, and phaedrus, an interlocutor in several.