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Plato, Republic, Book 3, section 415e (search)
a position from which they could best hold down rebellion against the laws from within and repel aggression from without as of a wolf against the fold. And after they have encamped and sacrificed to the proper godsPartly from caution, partly from genuine religious feeling, Plato leaves all the details of the cult to Delphi. Cf. 427 B. they must make their lairs, must they not?” “Yes,” he said. “And these must be of a character keep out the cold in winter and be sufficient in summer?” “Of course. For I presume you are speaking of their houses.” “Yes,” said I, “the houses of soldiersFor the limiting GE cf. 430 E. not of