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Verzameld werk. Dl. I: Euthydemos, Ion, Menexenos, Hippias by Plato1
Theaetetus by Plato2
Apology ; Crito ; Euthyphro [Translation] by Plato3
Phaedo [Translation] by Plato4
Plato: The Sophist [Translation] by Plato5
Verzameld werk. Dl. VI: Alkibiades, Symposion by Plato6
The Statesman [Translation] by Plato7
Phaedrus [Translation] by Plato8
The Republic by Plato9
Timaeus and Critias by Plato10
Protagoras and Meno by Plato11
Gorgias by Plato12
Verzameld werk. Dl. XIII: Kratylos ; Parmenides by Plato13
Philebus [Translation] by Plato14
Charmides ; Laches ; Lysis [Translation] by Plato15
Verzameld werk. Dl. XVI: Wettensupplement ; Brieven by Plato16
Plato: Laws [Translation] by Plato17

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