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For other uses, see Plato.
For the mirror universe counterpart, see Plato (mirror).

Plato was a noted Greek philosopher, a student of Socrates, who lived on Earth during the 5th and 4th centuries BC. As a noted philosopher, Plato preserved the tales of the ancient city of Atlantis which had been swallowed up by the ocean.

Plato was the author of The Republic. (DS9 - Section 31 novel: Abyss)

By the 24th century, the Atlantis Project had created a man-made island in the Atlantic Ocean on Earth and had named it Platonis in honor of Plato. (NF novel: Stone and Anvil)

While discussing the fame and notoriety of Starfleet Fleet Admiral Karis Tatenen in 2277, Spock compared meeting Tatenen to him meeting Surak, however James T. Kirk disagreed, stating that Spock meeting Surak would be like Kirk meeting Plato. (TOS - Star Trek II Short Stories short story: "The Blaze of Glory")

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