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Plato, Alcibiades 1, section 112c (search)
AlcibiadesThat is true.SocratesAnd I imagine that when the Athenians and Spartans and Boeotians lost their men at Tanagra,457 B.C. and later at Coronea,447 B.C. among whom your own father perished, the difference that caused their deaths and fights was solely on a question of just and unjust, was it not?AlcibiadesThat is true.SocratesThen are we to say that these people understand those questions, on which