Plato wrote Timaeus in the third century B.C. In it, Plato describes the creation of the cosmos and everything within it. This work has had a profound influence on early European thought regarding many aspects of life, from Astrology, to Theology, to even Psychology. Even though the scope of this book cover so much, Plato, perhaps realizing that there is much he does not know, covers himself at the start and periodically during the narrative by saying that it is only a "likely story".
Timaeus, who does most of the talking in Timaeus starts of early by stating that they are only human, so…
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