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Plato, Republic, Book 3, section 411b (search)
650. and is made useful instead of useless and brittle. But when he continuesCf. Theaetetus 165 EE)PE/XWN KAI\ OU)K A)NIEI/S, and Blaydes on Aristophanes Peace 1121. the practice without remission and is spellbound, the effect begins to be that he melts and liquefiesCf. Tennyson's “Molten down in mere uxoriousness” (Geraint and Enid). till he completely dissolves away his spirit, cuts out as it were the very sinews of his soul and makes of himself a 'feeble warrior.'A familiar Homeric reminiscence (Iliad xvii. 588) quoted also in Symposium 174 C. Cf. Froissart's “un mol chevalier.”” “Assuredly,” he said. “And if,” said I, “he has to begin