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On Virtue (Greek: Περὶ Ἀρετῆς; Latin: De Virtute) is a Socratic dialogue attributed to Plato, but which is considered spurious. In the short dialogue, Socrates discusses with a friend questions about whether virtue can be taught. To answer this question, the author of the dialogue does little more than copy out a few passages from the Meno almost word for word.
- Henri Estienne (ed.), Platonis opera quae extant omnia, Vol. 3, 1578, p. 368.
- John Madison Cooper, D. S. Hutchinson, (1997), Plato, Complete works, page 1694. Hackett Publishing.
- W. K. C. Guthrie, (1986), A history of Greek philosophy: The later Plato and the Academy, page 398. Cambridge University Press
- On Virtue translated by George Burges
- Free public domain audiobook version of On Virtue translated by George Burges
- Apocrypha public domain audiobook at LibriVox. Collection includes On Virtue. George Burges, translator (1855).
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