The Ideal of Beauty

Among philosophical or spiritual masters, Plato is unique in making Beauty an inherent quality of his Supreme Being, the Ideal. Indeed, he uses the terms almost interchangeably. Given the grim origins of most systems–born from sorrow, suffering and sin–it is not difficult to see the enduring appeal of his teaching, especially in other ages which were more predisposed than ours to the love of beauty.

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