Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Iliad” in text disc, book 1, chapter 28 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...not revile, or reproach, or hate, or quarrel with any one. "So, then, have all the great and dreadful deeds that have been done in the world no other origin than semblances?" Absolutely no other. The Iliad consists of nothing but such semblances and their results. It seemed to Paris that he should carry off the wife of Menelaus. It seemed to Helen that she should follow him. If, then, it had seemed to ...
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