By: Amber Kim

What is Philosophy

Ancient Greece philosophy was established in the 6th century BCE, and went on throughout the hellenistic period, and when Greece was part of the Roman empire. Philosophy handles different subjects like Political Ethics, metaphysic, anthology, logic, biology, rhetoric, and aesthetics. Ancient Greece philosophies back then were more of like a teaching skill, involving science and some parts of math. Philosophy was very important in Ancient Greece, for teaching and getting the "right" or true answer from people.


One very important philosopher was Plato. He was a very important part of shaping Plato. He was trained by Aristotle and developed his foundations in music and art. He was considered an essential figure in the development of philosophy. Plato is one of the world's best known and most widely read and studied philosophy.

Plato's way of philosophy are still going on today. His authentic and in which order, they were written, due to their antiquity and rest of their preservation through time. His way of philosophy was infused with some of Socrates.We use Plato's philosophy in the role of a father and son ( this is an example ). The father is successful, which leads to the Son to have a successful, good life. This all wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for the Father's influence. This is a great example on how children look up from their parents. Also, on the 3-branch government is similar to his ideas of government in Athens, like great wisdom, people who will care about other people, and who thinks about their safety. Plato was a really great philosopher and had greatly influenced others and philosophy.