Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Socrates” in text disc, book 4 of Epictetus, Discourses:
...e a senator, then he is a slave indeed. When he comes into the public assembly, it is then that he undergoes his finest and most splendid slavery. [It is needful] not to be foolish, but to learn what Socrates taught, the nature of things; and not rashly to apply general principles to particulars. For the cause of all human evils is the not being able to apply general principles to special cases. But diffe...
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