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The aim of this text is to emphasize the therapeutic dimension peculiar to political discourse in the practice of public office that the statesman acquires from the doctor-patient relationship, a fundamental issue in various Platonic dialogs and, especially, in two passages of the Laws. The intrinsic component of "therapy" that is distinctive of a use of the discourse in the political context relies on two aspects: a) the syggeneia between body, soul and discourse; b) the importance for thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.3466128 fatcat:ze2yebbkava33hqpcvngevxni4