He was born in 427 B.C. in Athens, Greece. He died in 347 B.C. He lived in Classical Athens and was interested in philosophy, art, literature, politics and learning.
His thinking was so important and well-grounded. He studied under Socrates and was himself the teacher of Aristotle.
His most famous works are Crito, Euthyphro, Phaedro and the Greater and Lesser Hippias.
This great philosopher is now dead, but if I ever meet him I will ask to study under his hands. He’s a great philosopher.