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In essence, the book is pointing out that Plato borrowed a great deal from Pythagoras, more specifically his interest in harmony. The argument in the book is that Plato's Dialogues are saturated in this cryptic harmony. The author caught on to occult symmetry in Plato's writings, illustrating that the soul can be tuned to perfection just like an instrument and how the lives of societies even can be composed and performed like the perfect symphony.
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