Dionysius I regularly appears in the surviving historical accounts as a tyrant in the worst, modern, sense of the word. Cruelty, intransigence and arrogance are all a part of this stereotype; yet here is a ruler whom Plato genuinely believed he could use in founding a Republic on earth. This book marks an reassessment of one of the most powerful figures of 4th century BC Greece.
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