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Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 486c (search)
I fancy.” “What?” “Whether he is quick or slow to learn. Or do you suppose that anyone could properly love a task which he performed painfullyCf. Laches 189 A-BA)HDW=S MANQA/NWN and with little resultCf. Theaet. 144 B. from much toil?” “That could not be.” “And if he could not keep what he learned, being steeped in oblivion,Cf. Theaet. 144 BLH/QHS GE/MONTES. Cf. Cleopatra's “Oh, my oblivion is a very Antony” (Ant. and Cleo.I. iii. 90). could he fail to be void of knowledge?” “How could he?” “And so, having all his labor for naught, will he not finally be constrained to loathe hi