What Is a Major Contribution of Plato?

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Plato's major contribution was to the field of psychology on the subject matter of metaphysics. His thoughts on the idea of the soul and its tripartite division: intuition, logistikon nous, which he equated with the brain, and the active emotions 'spiritness' that reside in the chest, served as a basis for future psychologists and there studies.
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