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Plato, Republic, Book 4, section 425b (search)
the becoming silenceFor these traits of old-fashioned decorum and modesty cf. Aristophanes Clouds 961-1023, Blaydes on 991, Herodotus ii. 80, Isocrates Areopagiticus 48-49. of the young in the presence of their elders; the giving place to them and rising up before them, and dutiful service of parents, and the cut of the hairCf. Starkie on Aristophanes Wasps 1069. and the garments and the fashion of the foot-gear, and in general the deportment of the body and everything of the kind. Don't you think so?” “I do.” “Yet to enact them into laws would, I think, be silly.Cf. on 412 B, Isocrates Areopagiticus 41, and Laws 788 B, where the further, still pertinent consideration is
Plato, Republic, Book 10, section 607e (search)
who have fallen in love, if they think that the love is not good for them, hard though it be,BI/A| ME/N, O(/MWS DE/: Cf. Epist. iii. 316 E, and vii. 325 A, and Raeder, Rhein. Mus. lxi. p. 470, Aristoph.Clouds 1363MO/LIS ME\N A)LL' O(/MWS, Eurip.Phoen. 1421MO/LIS ME/N, E)CE/TEINE D', and also Soph.Antig. 1105, O.T. 998, Eurip.Bacch. 1027, Hec. 843, Or. 1023, El. 753, Phoen. 1069, I.A. 688, 904. nevertheless refrain, so we, owing to the love of this kind of poetry inbred in us by our education in these fineIronical, as KALLI/STH in 562 A. polities of ours,