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Three essays on Plato's 'Meno'. From the set texts module of Part 1A of the Philosophy Tripos at Cambridge.

1) Meno 77-78. How does Socrates attempt to prove in the Meno that nobody knowingly desires evil things? Is he successful? (about 2,500 words)

2) Meno 79-86: Discuss the theory of recollection: does the illustration of the slave boy help to convince the reader of the theory? (about 4,100 words)

3) 2 What is Meno's paradox, and how is the theory of recollection meant to solve it? (about 1,400 words)

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