Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Socrates” in text disc, book 2, chapter 2 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...e shameful, learn immediately to distinguish where good and evil lie. They lie where truth likewise lies. Where truth and nature dictate, there exercise caution or courage. Why, do you think that if Socrates had concerned himself about externals, he would have said, when he appeared at his trial, "Anytus and Melitus may indeed kill me, but hurt me they cannot "? Was he so foolish as not to see that this ...
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