Plato's word/s for "Form"

Reply Tue 7 May, 2013 07:41 am
Hi, I have a question for Greek reading Plato students. Is it accurate to say Plato uses three different Greek words to describe his Forms, i.e eidos, idea and morphe? If so, what's the difference, for him, between the various terms? If not, what words does he use?
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