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Gorgias Literally translated, with an introductory essay containing a summary of the argument by E.M. Cope by Plato

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Published by G. Bell in London .
Written in English

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ContributionsCope, Edward Meredith, 1818-1873
LC ClassificationsB371 A5 C6 1883
The Physical Object
Number of Pages146
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24592274M

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