My translation of Plato’s Republic includes the Cleitophon, a tiny little document that scholars doubt was written by Plato. But it is a dialogue like many of Plato’s works, and it reads as a reaction to the Republic. The student, Cleitophon, has questions and concerns about the teachings of Socrates.
You don’t need background, ancient or modern, to appreciate what the Cleitophon has Socrates say in response to this student who questions him.
May we all be that open. And may our teams feel safe enough to give it to each other.