Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Socrates” in text disc, book 1 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...ey do to us? The things which they can do, we do not regard; the things about which we are concerned, they cannot reach. Who, then, after all, shall hold sway over a person thus disposed? How behaved Socrates in regard to these things? As it became one conscious of kinship with the gods. He said to his judges:-- If you should tell me, ' We will acquit you upon condition that you shall no longer discourse ...
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