1097 a-b (i. 5. 1), also Diog. L. vii. 130 on
Stoics, Plutarch, De liber. educ. x. (8 A), Renan,
Avenir de Ia science, p. 8.
Isoc.Antid. 217 characteristically recognizes only the
three motives, pleasure, gain, and honor. For the entire argument cf.
1176 a 31, 1177 a
10, and supra,Introd. pp. liv-lv. of men also are
three, the philosopher or lover of wisdom, the lover of victory and the
lover of gain.” “Precisely so” “And
also that there are three forms of pleasure, corresponding respectively to
each?” “By all means.” “Are you
aware, then” said I, “that if you should choose to ask