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Excellent decoration in modern color combinations. Made of alabaster and hand-painted with vivid colors, for durability and durability respectively, on a patinated wooden base with a special felt lining at the bottom for comfortable soft support on any furniture of your home or office. Choose it as an ideal luxury gift or add it to your collection. Get inspired, create and decorate the space you want by choosing the unique ArtCulture products.

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Dimensions: 10 × 9.5 × 19 cm Weight: 0.7 kg
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Socrates (Alopecia, Ancient Athens, 470 BC / 469 – Ancient Athens, 399 BC) was a Greek Athenian philosopher, one of the most important figures of Greek and world spirit and culture and one of the founders of Western philosophy. .
Indicative of its importance for Ancient Greek philosophy is that all Greek philosophers before him were called Prosocratic. There are countless scholars who have dealt with Socrates in the centuries since his death, many of whom are so famous that the W.K.C. Guthrie to write that “in the end everyone has his own, to a degree Socrates, who is not exactly the same as Socrates of anyone else”. He had a large circle of loyal friends, mainly young people from aristocratic families, from all over Greece. Some of them became known as founders of philosophical schools in various fields. The best known were Plato and Antisthenes in Athens, Euclid in Megara, Phaedo in Ilia and Aristippus in Kyrenia. The comedian Aristophanes. All his influence, often ranks him among the leading world figures of all time with the greatest influence, along with his student, Plato. in his first known work The Birth of Tragedy (1872) in which he expresses positions indicative of his contradictory feelings for the ancient Greek philosopher.

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