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Plato, Republic, Book 7, section 529c (search)
t is just.”” he said; “your rebuke is deserved. But how, then, did you mean that astronomy ought to be taught contrary to the present fashion if it is to be learned in a way to conduce to our purpose?” “Thus,” said I, “these sparks that paint the sky,Cf. Tim. 40 AKO/SMON A)LHQINO\N AU)TW=| PEPOIKILME/NON, Eurip.Hel. 1096A)STE/RWN POIKI/LMATA, Critias, Sisyphus,Diels ii.3 p. 321, lines 33-34TO/ T' A)STERWPO\N OU)RANOU= DE/MAS XRO/NOU KALO\N POI/KILMA TE/KTONOS SOFOU=. Cf. also Gorg. 508 A, Lucretius v. 1205 “stellis micantibus aethera fixum,” ii. 1031 ff., Aeneid iv. 482 “stellis ardentibus aptum,” vi. 797, xi. 202, Ennius,
Plato, Republic, Book 10, section 595c (search)
For he appears to have been the first teacher and beginner of all these beauties of tragedy. Yet all the same we must not honor a man above truth,Cf. What Plato Said, p. 532, on Phaedo 91 C, Aristot.Eth. Nic. 1096 a 16A)/MFOIN GA\R O)/NTOIN FI/LOIN O(/SION PROTIMA=N TH\N A)LH/QEIAN, Henri-Pierre Cazac, Polémique d’Aristote contre la théorie platonicienne des Idées, p. 11, n.: “Platon lui-même, critiquant Homère, . . . fait une semblabe réflexion, ‘On doit plus d’égards à la vérité qu'à un homme.’ Cousin croit, après Camérarius, que c'est là l'origine du mot célèbre