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Plato, Republic, Book 8, section 568a (search)
e he does make use of,” he said. “And these companions admire him,” I said, “and these new citizens are his associates, while the better sort hate and avoid him.” “Why should they not?” “Not for nothing,For OU)K E)TO/S cf. 414 E. The idiom is frequent in Aristoph. Cf. e.g.Acharn. 411, 413, Birds 915, Thesm. 921, Plut. 404, 1166, Eccl. 245.” said I, “is tragedy in general esteemed wise, and Euripides beyond other tragedians.This is plainly ironical and cannot be used by the admirers of Euripides.” “Why, pray?” “Because among other utterances of pregnant thoughtCf.PUKINAI\ FRE/NESIliad xiv. 294,PUKINO\S NO/OS xv. 41 etc. he said,