Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lacedaemon” in book 1 of Plato, Laws:
...erstanding and out of due season will fare contrariwise.What you say, Stranger, is excellent, I suppose; nonetheless I am at a loss to know what reply I should make to it. Still, in my opinion, the Lacedaemon ian lawgiver was right in ordaining the avoidance of pleasures, while as to the laws of Cnosus—our friend Clinias, if he thinks fit, will defend them. The rules about pleasures at Sparta seem...
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