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And because Plato had loved Socrates, part of Plato's reasons for choosing the dialogue form was perhaps to keep Socrates close to him, even if he had to reinvent him as a character in order to do so. Perhaps that was the personal piece for Plato. Plato wrote in a form that allowed him to continue to hear in his mind's ear the beloved voice. Plato’s works, which are predominantly dialogues, all seem to have sur-vived. They are customarily divided into four chronological groups, though the precise ordering (especially within groups) is controversial: Early: Alcibiades, Apology, Charmides, Crito, Euthyphro, Hippias Minor, Hip-pias Major, Ion, Laches, Lysis, Menexenus, Theages

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