Knowing her to be a good Christian, he sent her his Dialogues.
The dialogues of Plato are themselves examples of the nature and method of dialectic.
The Idea of good is so called only in the Republic, but there are traces of it in other dialogues of Plato.
There is also a difference, which may be noted, between the two dialogues.
We may now endeavour to ascertain the relation of the Philebus to the other dialogues.
On the whole, this discussion is one of the least satisfactory in the dialogues of Plato.
Berkeley gives both, in the most sparkling of his dialogues.
The Sermon and the Dialogues discuss exactly the same topics.
The style and plan of the Timaeus differ greatly from that of any other of the Platonic dialogues.
More too than in any other of his Dialogues, Plato is emancipated from former philosophies.