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Plato, Republic, Book 3, section 407e (search)
But if a man was incapable of living in the established roundCf. Thucydides i. 130. and order of life, he did not think it worth while to treat him, since such a fellow is of no use either to himself or to the state.” “A most politic Asclepius you're telling us of,There is a touch of comedy in the Greek. Cf. Eupolis, fr. 94 Kock TAXU\N LE/GEIS ME/N.” he said. “Obviously,” said I, “that was his character. And his sons too, don't you in see that at Troy th
Plato, Republic, Book 3, section 409c (search)
ning fellow quick to suspect evil,For this type of character cf. Thucydides iii. 83, and my comments in T.A.P.A. vol. xxiv. p. 79. Cf. Burke, Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol: “They who raise suspicions on the good on account of the behavior of ill men, are of the party of the latter;” Stobaeus ii. p. 46*BI/AS E)/FH, OI( A)GAQOI\ EU)APA/THTOI, Menander, fr. 845 Kock XRHSTOU= PAR' A)NDRO\S MHDE\N U(PONO/EI KAKO/N. and who has himself done many unjust acts and who thinks himself a smart trickster, when he associates with his like does appear to be clever, being on his guard and fixing his eyes on the patterns within himself. But when the time comes for him to mingle with the good and his elde