Why doesn’t Socrates get drunk? Is love finding your “other half”? What’s the relationship between comedy and tragedy, love and immortality? Marcus Gibson, Director of the Princeton Initiative in Catholic Thought, returns to Madison’s Notes to continue our journey through the Platonic dialogues with a discussion of Plato’s Symposium.

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  1. WilliamWarford Coolidge
    WilliamWarford
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    Great conversation. I am really enjoying the Plato discussions with Marcus and envy those students lucky enough to have him as a professor. Thank you.

     

     

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  2. Antonin Scalia Podcaster
    Antonin Scalia
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    WilliamWarford (View Comment):

    Great conversation. I am really enjoying the Plato discussions with Marcus and envy those students lucky enough to have him as a professor. Thank you.

     

     

    I’m so glad to hear this! Marcus is phenomenal. I’m spoiled—I get paid to sit around and talk Plato with him! We have a few more exciting episodes with Marcus coming up…

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