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- He wants each philosopher to go a certain way and becomes infuriated when he does not.Part 2 (38% in)
- Is he trying to infuriate me?Part 3 (24% in)
- Infuriating.Part 3 (83% in)
- Phaedrus guessed that Aristotle's diminution of dialectic, from Plato's sole method of arriving at truth to a "counterpart of rhetoric," might be as infuriating to modern Platonists as it would have been to Plato.Part 4 (45% in)
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