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Plato's Meno


What is virtue, and can it be taught?

Audience Grades 10+; used in Classical Conversations communities in Challenge III
Accessibility Most students will require some guidance
Preparation None required
Ease of Use Special student edition includes a separate area on each page for notes.
Author Plato; translated by Benjamin Jowett
Page Count 106
Format Perfect bound; paperback
Publication Date 2010

General Description

In this dialogue, Plato examines what virtue is, and whether or not it can be taught. Is virtue separate from the individual virtues? What is the difference between knowledge and belief? Students will discover the nature of Greek thought and culture as they contemplate timeless questions about choices, consequences, and character.

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