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Plato, Republic, Book 2, section 365e (search)
neither need we concern ourselves with eluding their observation.For the thought compare Tennyson, “Lucretius”: “But he that holds/ The gods are careless, wherefore need he care/ Greatly for them?” Cf. also Euripides I.A. 1034-1035, Anth. Pal. x. 34. If they do exist and pay heed, we know and hear of them only from such discourses and from the poets who have described their pedigrees. But these same authorities tell us that the gods are capable of being persuaded and swerved from their course by ‘sacrifice and soothing vows’ and dedications. We must believe them in both or neither. And if we are to believe them, the thing to do is to commit injustice and offe
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 501b (search)
from various pursuits that hue of the flesh, so to speak, deriving their judgement from that likeness of humanityFor A)NDREI/KELON Cf. Cratyl. 424 E. which Homer too called when it appeared in men the image and likeness of God.Il. i. 131, Od. iii. 416. Cf. 589 D, 500 C-D, Laws 818 B-C, and What Plato Said, p. 578 on Theaet. 176 B, Cic.Tusc. i. 26. 65 “divina mallem ad not.” Cf. also Tim. 90 A, Phaedr. 249 C. The modern reader may think of Tennyson, In Mem. cviii. “What find I in place But mine own phantom chanting hymns?” Cf. also Adam ad loc.” “Right,” he said. “And they would erase one touch or stroke and p