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The teachers and students were predominantly (though not entirely) males; the students were mostly (though not invariably) from the upper classes in the Greek-speaking world. Stoicism and Epicureanism, together with other, still more informal, groups such as the Cynics, also represented a distinct set of ethical attitudes, way of life and world view. 334-262 BCE), the founder of the Stoic school, was strongly influenced, in ideas and approach, by Socrates; his decision to teach in a public colonnade near the city center represented a renewal of the Socratic style of teaching by argument with all comers.
It is this unified, holistic theory that is now supposed to provide the philosopher with genuine knowledge (533d534a). Dialectic, then, which philosophers, who have completed their mathematical training, must study for five years, is another major component of the education that leads to the forms - one that brings in the notion of a synthetic or holistic vision that has remained an ideal of liberal education ever since. What one grasps by means of the unified and universal theory that dialectic makes possible is the form of the good, which seems to be an ideal of rational order or unity expressed in mathematical terms.
Finally, yet further education in dialectic and practical city management results in people who are bound only by their rational desires. They are free from illusion, and see not mere images of the good, but the good itself. They are wisdom-lovers or philosophers, who have knowledge rather than mere true belief about virtue, and so are fully virtuous. Not everyone is able to benefit, however, from all these types of education; there are some at each stage whose desires are too strong for education to break.