Why did Plato toy with our minds so, describing so richly Atlantis, a land that every credible historian denies existed? Why is it so hard for us to let go of the legend? If you are mildly flexible when it comes to chronological context, you can make the leap that Plato, who put pen to paper in 360 B.C., was playing loose and fast with the calendar. He is said to have written of the lost land some 9,000 years after its famed destruction. But what if Plato wrote of an event that preceded him by a mere millenium? Surely it was easier to fact-check with an additional 8,000 years on hand.
Danielle DiMartino Booth is CEO and Director of Intelligence at Quill Intelligence LLC
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