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“I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think.”
― Socrates

These words, spoken by the venerable philosopher Socrates, encapsulate a guiding principle that transcends time, a philosophy that laid the foundation for one of history’s most profound mentor-mentee relationships. Mentorship has long been a cornerstone of intellectual and personal growth, shaping the destinies of both mentors and mentees.

As we journey back in time to ancient Athens, we encounter a partnership that not only ignited intellectual fires but also shaped the very contours of Western thought. It is within this dynamic mentorship that Socrates imparted wisdom that wasn’t merely absorbed but rather ignited the flames of inquiry and contemplation in the mind of his young disciple, Plato.

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