(What Plato Said, p. 624). Cf.
also on 533 D. we must especially be on our guard to distinguish the
base-born from the true-born. For when the knowledge necessary to make such
discriminations is lacking in individual or state, they unawares employ at
randomPRO\S O(/ TI
A)\N TU/XWSI lit. “for whatsoever they happen to of
these (services).” Cf. Symp. 181 B,
Prot. 353 A, Crito 44 D and 45 D,
Gorg. 522 C, Laws 656 C, Rep.
332 B, 561 D, Dem. iv. 46, Isoc.Panath. 25, 74, 239,
1013 a 6. for any of these purposes the
crippled and base-born natures, as their friends or rulers.”
“It is so indeed,” he said. “But we,” I
said, “must be on our guard in