Plato Quote: “The god of love lives in…”

The god of love lives in a state of need. It is a need. It is an urge. It is a homeostatic imbalance. Like hunger and thirst, it’s almost impossible to stamp out.


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Name: Plato
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Greek
Born: 427 BC
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