unless it is corrupted by evil nurture?” “We have to
assume it as a third,” he said. “Yes,” said I,
“providedIt still remains to
distinguish the LOGISTIKO/N from
QUMO/S, which is done first by
pointing out that young children and animals possess QUMO/S(Cf. Laws 963 E,
1334 b 22 ff.), and by quoting a line of Homer
already cited in 390 D, and used in Phaedo 94 E, to prove
that the soul, regarded there as a unit, is distinct from the passions,
there treated as belonging to the body, like the mortal soul of the
Timaeus. See Unity of Plato's Thought,
pp. 42-43. it shall have been shown to be something different
Said, p. 534 on Phaedo 99 E, and on 473 A;
also What Plato Said, p. 625 on Laws 636
A. A favorite formula of Aristotle runs, “This is true in
theory and is confirmed by facts.” Cf. Eth. Nic.
1099 b 25, 1123 b
22, 1131 a 13, Pol.
1323 a 39-b 6, 1326
a 25 and 29, 1334 a 5-6. he sees that
of those who turn to philosophy,Scholars in
politics cut a sorry figure. For this popular view of philosophers Cf.
Theaet. 173 C ff., 174 C-D, Gorg.
484-486 C, Phaedo 64 B. Cf. also Isoc. passim, e.
g.Antid. 250, 312. not merely touching upon it
to complete their educationThe perfect