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Read another response about Philosophers Philosophers Share Hello. I have a question regarding Plato's Ideas or Forms. I wanted to understand where Plato believes the existence of these forms are. So I'm looking for their location for the lack of a better term. And regarding morality, I'm assuming "good" and "evil" are real forms/ideas according to Plato. Would this be an accurate statement? If they're not, where would they exist? My hypothesis is because they espouse Emanationism, the ideas or Forms originated involuntarily from the Divine along with the cosmos, in which case they would be a part of the cosmos. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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