Plato (On Revolutions)

Plato, the Greek philosopher and oracle of Greece, 428 BCE to 328 BCE: “Revolutions, those intent upon replacing a society with another, are accomplished by migration and immigration.” Plato lived at the end of the golden age of Greece and witnessed the...

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