Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Socrates” in text disc, book 1 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...his point. "Strip him" [bids the tyrant]. What mean you by him? Take my clothes, strip them, at your pleasure. "I meant only to insult you." Much good may it do you. These things were the study of Socrates ; and by these means he always preserved the same countenance. Yet we had rather exercise and study anything, than how to become unrestrained and free. " But the philosophers talk paradoxes." And are ...
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