Discussion went well yesterday, though I should have planned better in both cases. We established that censorship can happen in all kinds of contexts and all kinds of reasons but did not have enough time in the end to explore the possibility of evaluating those acts of censorship.

Ah, well. At least we got to think about it.

Tomorrow we finish the section on the city-guardians’ education and take a week’s break from reading to do revision groups, so no Plato for a little while.

On October 15 I’ll be doing another team-sermon with Ben, this time on Amos and Mark, so I suppose the respite from Plato reading won’t leave me with nothing to read.


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