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Phaedrus is a dialogue written by Plato that depicts a conversation between Socrates, Plato's famous teacher, and Phaedrus, an Athenian aristocrat. In the dialogue, the two men cross paths as Phaedrus returns from hearing a speech by Lysias on the subject of love. It is one of Plato's least political dialogues, and discusses many themes: the art and practice of rhetoric, love, reincarnation, and the soul.