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Plato, Republic, Book 4, section 445c (search)
vantage of speculation.” From this and 517 A-B, the A)NA/BASIS became a technical or cant term in Neoplatonism. of argument I seem to see as from a point of outlook that there is one formE(\N ME/N, etc.: perhaps a faint remembrance of the line E)SQLOI\ ME\N GA\R A(PLW=S, PANTODAPW=S DE\ KAKOI/, quoted by Aristotle Eth. Nic. 1106 b 35. It suggests Plato's principle of the unity of virtue, as A)/PEIRA below suggests the logical doctrine of the Philebus 16 and Parmenides 145 A, 158 B-C that the other of the definite idea is the indefinite and infinite. of excellence, and that the forms of evil are infinite, yet that there are some four among them that it is worth while to take note
Plato, Republic, Book 10, section 619a (search)
with him to the house of death an adamantineSee Unity of Plato's Thought, p. 25, Laws 661-662, and for the word 360 B, Gorg. 509 A. faith in this, that even there he may be undazzledCf. 576 D. by riches and similar trumpery, and may not precipitate himself into tyrannies and similar doings and so work many evils past cure and suffer still greater himself, but may know how always to choose in such things the life that is seated in the meanAn anticipation of the Aristotelian doctrine, Eth. Nic. 1106 b 6 f. Cf. What Plato Said, p. 629, on Laws 691 C. and shun the excess in either direction, both in this world so far as may be and in all the life to come;