Interesting pages on the World Wide Web
- Plato's Republic
- This link leads to a BBC Radio 4 podcast where a long-established presenter named Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Plato's most
famous dialogue which asks 'what is justice', and 'how does justice relate to happiness?'.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay - 'History'
- Ralph Waldo Emerson's career as a lecturer and writer led to his being described by contemporaries as being 'The Sage of Concord' and by
one of later his biographers as having become 'The leading voice of intellectual culture in the United States.'
His first major literary work was a collection of Essays published in 1841. Emerson presented his enduringly well-regarded essay 'History' as
the first essay in this series.
- Download Benjamin Jowett's translation of Plato's Republic
- This page, available at Massachussetts Institute of Technology, provides opportunity to download Benjamin Jowett's translation of Plato's Republic.
- The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society
- The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society is dedicated to fostering scholarship on and appreciation of the life and writings of one of America's greatest authors.
Key sources supportive of Tripartite Theory of Soul