Truth, Beauty And Goodness

4 min readMar 24

The Platonic values and the lack of them in today’s world.

In the wake of the Pythagorean conception, Plato made the idea of the Good coincide in itself with the True and with the Beautiful at the summit of an immutable and perfect dimension beyond the sensible world: in an ideal world. For Plato, kalokagathìa (beautiful and good) was an aristocratic ideal that distinguishes the wise from the uneducated mass:


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