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Plato, Republic, Book 8, section 549a (search)
. 527. He is a Xenophontic type. Cf Xen.Oecon. 14. 10, Hiero 7. 3, Agesil. 10. 4. Isoc.Antid. 141 and 226 uses the word in a good sense. Cf. “But if it be a sin to covet honor,” Shakes.Henry V. iv. iii. 28. not basing his claim to officeCf. the A)CIW/MATA of Laws 690 A, Aristot.Pol. 1280 a 8 ff., 1282 b 26, 1283-1284. on ability to speak or anything of that sort but on his exploits in war or preparation for war, and he would be a devotee of gymnastics and hunting.Cf. Arnold on the “barbarians” in Culture and Anarchy, pp. 78, 82, 84.” “Why, yes,” he said, “that is the spirit of that polity.For the H)=
Plato, Republic, Book 10, section 601d (search)
re are some three arts concerned with everything, the user's art,For the idea that the user knows best see Cratyl. 390 B, Euthydem. 289 B, Phaedr. 274 E. Zeller, Aristotle(Eng.) ii. p. 247, attributes this “pertinent observation” to Aristotle. Cf. Aristot.Pol. 1277 b 30AU)LHTH\S O( XRW/MENOS. See 1282 a 21, 1289 a 17. Coleridge, Table Talk: “In general those who do things for others know more about them than those for whom they are done. A groom knows more about horses than his master.” But Hazlitt disagrees with Plato's view. the maker's, and the imitator's.” “Yes.” “Now do not the excellence, the beauty, the rightnessSo in La