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Plato, Ion, section 533d (search)
what I take it to mean. For, as I was saying just now, this is not an art in you, whereby you speak well on Homer, but a divine power, which moves you like that in the stone which Euripides named a magnet,Probably referring to Magnesia in Caria, south of which was one of the many places called Heraclea. *MAGNH=TIS LI/QOS occurs in a fragment of Euripides' Oeneus. but most people call “Heraclea stone.” For this stone not only attracts iron rings, but also imparts to them a power whereby they in turn are able to do the very same thing as the sto