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Plato, Republic, Book 4, section 424d (search)
unobserved.” “Yes,” said I, “because it is supposed to be only a form of playCf. the warning aagainst innovation in children's games, Laws 797 A-B. But music is PAIDEI/A as well as PAIDIA/. Cf. Aristotle's three uses of music, for play, education, and the entertainment of leisure (Politics 1339 a 16). and to work no harm.” “Nor does it work any,” he said, “except that by gradual infiltration it softly overflowsCf. Demosthenes xix. 228. The image is that of a stream overflowing and spreading. Cf. Euripides fr. 499 N. and Cicero's use of “serpit,”Cat. iv. 3, and passim. upon the characters and pursuits of men and from
Plato, Republic, Book 7, section 537b (search)
“At what age?” he said. “When they are released from their prescribed gymnastics. For that period, whether it be two or three years, incapacitates them for other occupations.Cf. Aristot.Pol. 1339 a 7 f.A(/MA GA\R TH=| TE DIANOI/A| KAI\ TW=| SW/MATI DIAPONEI=N OU) DEI=, etc.; Plut.De Ed. Puer. 11, De Tuenda San.C. 25, quoted by Newman, Aristot.Pol.I. p. 359, are irrelevant to this passage, but could be referred to the balancing of music and gymnastics in 410-412. For great fatigue and much sleep are the foes of study, and moreover one of our tests of them, and not the least, will be their behavior in their physical exercises.Cf. Laws 829 B-C.” “Surely it is,” he said. “After this perio