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Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 489b (search)
ers are of no service to the multitude. But bid him blame for this uselessness,Cf. 487 D. Cf. Arnold, Culture and Anarchy, p. 3 “I am not sure that I do not think this the fault of our community rather than of the men of culture.” not the finer spirits, but those who do not know how to make use of them. For it is not the naturalFor the idiom FU/SIN E)/XEI cf. 473 A, Herod. ii. 45, Dem. ii. 26. Similarly E)/XEI LO/GON, Rep. 378 E, 491 D, 564 A, 610 A, Phaedo 62 B and D, Gorg. 501 A, etc. course of things that the pilot should beg the sailors to be ruled by him or that wise men should go to the doors of the rich.This saying was attributed to Simonides. Cf. schol. Hermann, Plato, vol. vi. p. 346,
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 502d (search)
nd pursuits, these preserversCf. on 412 A-B and 497 C-D, Laws 960 B. 463 B is not quite relevant. of the constitution will form a part of our state, and at what ages they will severally take up each study.” “Yes, we have to speak of that,” he said. “I gained nothing,” I said, “by my cunningFor TO\ SOFO/N Cf. Euthydem. 293 D, 297 D, Gorg. 493 A, Herod. v. 18TOU=TO OU)DE\N EI)=NAI SOFO/N, Symp. 214 ATO\ SU/FISMA, Laches 183 D. in omitting heretoforeCf. 423 E. the distasteful topic of the possession of women and procreation of children and the appointment of rulers, because I knew that the absolutely true and right way would provoke censure and is difficult of r
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 503a (search)
American Phil. Assoc. xlvii., (1916) pp. 205-236. under stress of labors or fears or any other vicissitude, and that anyone who could not keep that faith must he rejected, while he who always issued from the test pure and intact, like gold tried in the fire,Cf. Theognis 417-318PARATRI/BOMAI W(/STE MOLI/BDW| XRUSO/S, ibid., 447-452, 1105-1106, Herod. vii. 10, Eurip. fr. 955 (N.). Cf. Zechariah xii. 9 “ . . . will try them as gold is tried,” Job xxiii. 10 “When he hath tried me I shall come forth as Gold.” Cf. also 1Peter i. 7, Psalm xii. 6, lxvi. 10, Isaiah xlviii. 10. is to be established as ruler and to receive honors in life and after death and prizes as well.The