Academy, plato’s

academy, plato’s

a school of philosophy established by plato in ancient athens, named after a legendary greek hero, hecademus. the academy continued in operation for several hundred years.

note: the academy, academe, and academic life are general terms for learning in schools, colleges, and universities.

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