Phaidros , written by Plato , is a dialogue between Plato's protagonist , Socrates , and Phaedrus , an interlocutor in several dialogues. Socrates runs into Phaedrus on the outskirts of Athens. Phaedrus has just come from the home of Epicrates of Athens , where Lysias , son of Cephalus , has given a speech on love. Socrates, stating that he is "sick with passion for hearing speeches", [Note 1] walks into the countryside with Phaedrus hoping that Phaedrus will repeat the speech. They sit by a stream under a plane tree and a chaste tree , and the rest of the dialogue consists of oration and discussion. The dialogue, somewhat unusually, does not set itself as a re-telling of the day's events.
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Platon: Sämtliche Werke - Band 2: Lysis, Symposion, Phaidon, Kleitophon, Politeia, Phaidros