Plato’s Phaedrus in a fresh style.
[box border=”full”]Choose print or download (PDF).[/box]
Plato’s Phaedrus is a dialogue between the famous philosopher Socrates and the beautiful boy Phaedrus.
They talk about love; Phaedrus lets his mentor lay out the words about what kind of man a boy should choose for his lover.
Phaedrus is a spectacular read – especially today – and is considered to be one of Plato’s most important works. It’s a must-read for every serious “connoisseur of beauty”, and belongs on the same shelf of your reference library as Mann’s Death in Venice and Eglinton’s Greek Love.
This Entartetes Leben edition, released in April 2013, features Phaedrus in its entirety. The original translation by Benjamin Jowett has been carefully polished to let a new generation of readers enjoy this masterpiece.
Printed on quality 80 g Holmen paper. First edition limited to 500 copies.
- Publisher: Entartetes Leben
- Pages: 80
- PDF size: 2.1 MB
- ISBN: 9789197990899 (print edition)
- ISBN: 978-91-979908-8-2 (PDF edition)
If you only choose the download edition, no shipping address is required. Use a valid email address for your download links.