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Plato, Republic, Book 5, section 469e (search)
Do you see any difference between such conduct and that of the dogsQuoted by Aristotle, Rhet. 1406 b. Epictetus iii. 19. 4 complains that nurses encourage children to strike the stone on which they stumble. Cf. also Lucan vi. 220-223. Otto, Sprichwörter der Römer, p. 70, cites Pliny, N.H. xxix. 102, and Pacuv. v. 38, Ribb.Trag. Cf. Montaigne i. 4, “Ainsin emporte les bestes leur rage à s'attaquer à la pierre et au fer qui les a blecées.” who snarl at the stones that hit them but don't touch the thrower?” “Not the slightest.” “We must abandon, then, the plundering of corpses and the refusal to permit their burial.Plato as a boy may have heard of the Thebans'
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 488a (search)
also Carlyle's famous metaphor of the ship doubling Cape Horn by ballot. Cf. Class. Phil. ix. (1914) p. 362. Conceive this sort of thing happening either on many ships or on one: Picture a shipmasterThe Athenian demos, as portrayed e.g. in Aristophanes’Knights 40 ff. and passim. Cf. Aristot.Rhet. 1406 b 35KAI\ H( EI)S TO\N DH=MON, O(/TI O(/MOIOS NAUKLH/RW| I)SXURW=| ME\N U(POKW/FW| DE/, Polyb.vi. 44A)EI\ GA/R POTE TO\N TW=N *)AQHNAI/WN DH=MON PARAPLH/SION EI)=NAI TOI=S A)DESPO/TOIS SKA/FESI, etc. Cf. the old sailor in Joseph Conrad's Chance, chi i. “No ship navigated . . . in the happy-go-lucky manner . . . w
Plato, Republic, Book 10, section 601b (search)
If you take from Virgil his diction and metre what do you leave him?” I think you know what sort of a showing these sayings of the poets make. For you, I believe, have observed them.” “I have,” he said. “Do they not,” said I, “resemble the faces of adolescents, young but not really beautiful, when the bloom of youth abandons them?Aristot.Rhet. 1406 b 36 f. refers to this. Cf. Tyrtaeus 8 (6). 28O)/FR' E)RATH=S H(/BHS A)GLAO\N A)/NQOS E)/XH|, Mimnermus i. 4 H(/BHS A)/NQH GI/GNETAI A(RPALE/A; Theognis 1305: PAIDEI/AS PLOUHRA/TOU A)/NQOS W)KU/TERON STADI/OU Xen.Symp. 8. 14TO\ ME\N TH=S W(/RAS A)/NQOS TAXU\ DH/POU PARAKMA/ZEI, Plato, Symp. 183 ETW=| TOU= SW/MATOS A)/NQEI