Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Socrates” in text disc, book 2, chapter 1 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...of what you wish, and incur what you would avoid; but, as to these 1 The prescribed form of manumission. - H. commonplace essays, if you are wise, you will take them, and destroy them. "Why? Did not Socrates write?" Yes; who so much? But how? As he had not always one at hand to argue against his principles, or be argued against in his turn, he argued with and examined himself, and always made practical a...
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