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Plutach's Moralia
A recent post question on the most continuously read, non religious books and a question regarding what it means to be a perfect parent made me wonder that no one had yet mentioned Plutarch, both Lives and Morals.  In each of their biography's, Plutarch, et al  was considered by Jefferson, Hamilton, Franklin, and  Lincoln to be essential reading for any educated man, but having been considered fundamental to the "Founders," I have recently begun reading Vol I of Moralia and his essay on the importance of education.   I was wondering if anyone had thoughts, experience or interest in Plutarch?
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