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Plato's fame, and his name, remained popular in the following centuries. The was a plaque in the Biblioteca di San Barnaba quoting Plato for having said "I have a love for these books that transcends passion and sexuality... there's just no good word to describe it". Even a donkey in Greece shared his name.
Behind the scenesEdit
Plato's quote of being unable to find a word that "transcends passion and sexuality" is a humorous reference to Platonic love, a concept named after Plato.
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