Let us make love as we make philosophy is the theme of Platos revisionist final dialoguethe imaginative core of the novel. Platos Last Love transports the reader from todays France and England to medieval Provence and Spain as well as ancient Greece of the fourth century, setting of the dialogue, The Erotic. The work has been lost for centuries but resurfaces in Provence and todays world like a submarine in mid-ocean, creating a chain of events related to three spectacular love stories. The action involves the brilliant, amorous professor, Philip Platner, the stunning but love-shy doctoral candidate, Dora von Neubeck, the dynamic, ambitious lecturer Adele Mansfield, and special forces major Lawrence Hunter, who constitute a motley but undefeatable investigative team in search of the lost Plato manuscript. They tangle with dangerous criminal elements in the South of France as well as the shadowy head of a mysterious, fanatical monastic order. This taleinvolving non-stop action, passion, medieval romance, and a philosophical dialogue with Plato, Aristotle, and Hippocrates, as well as a love potion and the bewitching philosophy student, Kyniskabeloved of Platounfolds at a swift pace and culminates in a magical hymn to love.