Plato is known in the field of effective Public Speaking. Among his famous and longest dialogues is the Laws which he spoke of in Crete. Plato discussed in this dialogue what Laws are and how they are able to affect the people governed by it. He discussed how it is made and why it should be made. The Laws is among Plato’s very influential dialogues that are up to the moment being used in most educational institutions.
Another famous and influential dialogue of Plato is the Ion. Ion is a rhapsode whom Plato questioned the skills and knowledge. Ion lectures on Homer and admits being bored by all other poets. Plato believed that Ion does not really have the skills but is under a divine possession which makes him able to speak like a soothsayer or a prophet. Ion is among Plato’s shorter but greatly influential dialogues in his time. It earned him so many audiences.