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Often considered obscure and repulsive by modern readers, Plato's Timaeus is presented along with a detailed and well-thought 215 page introduction and analysis, which discusses contemporary applications and interest in Timeaeus, insights on Plato as derived from the work, its profound impact on the ancient and medieval world, and long-standing issues with interpretation, among many other philosophical points of interest.

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